Seniors, it’s that time of year! By now, you may have applied for colleges, and now it’s time to start thinking about funds. If the thought of applying for grants and loans leaves you stressed with too many questions, don’t worry! We’re here to help with our Financial Aid Night happening this Monday, February 8 in person and online at the iSucceed office!
Now, a lot of you may be thinking you can’t afford college, but we’re here to say “Yes, you can!” Read on to learn more about the details of iSucceed Financial Aid Night.
What will I learn?
On Monday, February 8 at 6 p.m., you can learn everything you need to know about getting funding for college. There will be an information session, and an opportunity for you to ask any questions you have so you can get ready and become a financial aid pro!
What is Financial Aid and FAFSA?
Simply put, financial aid is money granted to you by the Federal Government. In order to receive the aid, all college students must fill out fill out a Free Application for Student Aid (FASFA) form. This money is granted to college students with lower income, and depending on if you qualify, you can either get approved for a loan or receive a grant, which is money given to you to attend college that you don’t have to pay back!
Who will be there?
In attendance will be some faculty and staff, along with iSucceed Guidance Counselor Crystal Sistoni. Ms. Sistoni is an outdoors enthusiast who enjoys camping, fishing, backpacking and rafting. She has been in the great state of Idaho for over 20 years, and loves working with our students to help them stay on track and get ready for life after high school.
How do I attend?
For those of you near the Boise area, come to our office, located at 6148 N Discovery Way Ste 120 Boise 83713. We will also be live streaming the event starting at 6 p.m., so all can attend. To access the event online, open this Adobe link, log in with your student info and enjoy!
For any questions, reach out to Ms. Sistoni at [email protected].