Schedule And Requirement For College Goals Montana 2017

You need to be financial stable in order to win the race for your future

Most college students need financial assistance to fully actualize their dream of becoming prominent in the world. There are so many constraints that have hindered thousands of students in achieving their dreams, and one of these constraints is finance. See more on solutions to major problems faced by college students.

There are several programs set up to create awareness to students of the impending financial opportunities available for college students and one they are College Goal Montana.

College Goal Montana is a campaign that is organized annually to raise FAFSA awareness and offer free assistance to students and parents. This campaign has helped many students and it is expected to do more in subsequent years.

For 2018-2019 school calendar, the FAFSA will be available on the 1st of October 2017. Your 2016 tax information will be needed to complete the FAFSA form. It is advisable to complete and submit the form on or before the 1st of December. That’s the deadline for the majority of Montana colleges.

The United States Department of Education gives about $150bn a year in loans, grants, and work-study funds.

What To Come Along With For This Event

FAFSA will be available on the 1st of October 2017

If you have the intention of attending college goals Montana 2017, here are the requirements you need:

  • FSA ID. You can get your ID by following this link. Both the student and either of their parents (if the student is below 24 years of age) will require a FSA ID. This is needed to have access to different U.S. Department of Education website.
  • Social Security numbers (both for student and parents)
  • W-2s
  • 2016 tax returns
  • Untaxed income info (payments to retirement, child support received, tax-deferred pensions and health savings plans)
  •  Additional asset info (checking and savings account balances, money market funds, real estate excepting for the house you live, stocks, and other investments)