– 2017 FAFSA Filing Date is Now Open –

Get Money for College

By 2025, 77 percent of Oklahoma jobs will require education and training beyond a high school diploma. Currently, only 39 percent of Tulsa County’s adults hold an associate degree. Take charge of your future, and complete a FAFSA form at FAFSA.gov! Complete the FREE form now to receive maximum funds.

5 Things You Need to GET OFF YOUR FAFSA

 

  • A Federal Student Aid ID (you can easily get one at fsaid.ed.gov)
  • Social Security Number (Alien Registration Number, if you are not a U.S. Citizen)
  • Federal Income Tax Return and W-2 Forms
  • Any statements or records of investments of untaxed income (if applicable)
  • A list of schools you want to receive results of your FAFSA
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FAFSA FAQs

What is the FAFSA?

FAFSA is the Free Application for Federal Student Aid and is essentially your passport for going to college.

Why should I complete the FAFSA?

Completing a postsecondary degree or credential is crucial.  By 2025, 77 percent of Oklahoma jobs will require a credential beyond high school, yet only 39 percent of Tulsa County’s adult population holds an associate degree or higher.

The FAFSA is required for Tulsa Achieves, which offers full tuition to Tulsa Community College for graduating seniors in Tulsa County and Accelerating Independence, which offers a scholarship to cover unmet Tulsa Tech tuition costs. 
All federal grant and loan awards are determined by the FAFSA application, and nearly all colleges use the FAFSA as the basis for their own financial aid awards What are you waiting for? Fill out the FAFSA today!

What if my family doesn't qualify?

You might be surprised! The earlier you fill out the FAFSA, the greater your chances of getting financial aid. And even if you don’t, the FAFSA is required for most scholarship applications and local programs like Tulsa Achieves, Oklahoma’s Promise and Accelerating Independence.

When should I complete my FAFSA?

The filing date opens October 1. The sooner you fill it out, the better your chances of getting financial aid. Don’t wait!

What information do I need to complete the FAFSA?

If you’re still a dependent of your parents, you will need their information, too.

  • A Federal Student Aid ID (you can easily get one at fsaid.ed.gov)
  • Social Security Number (Alien Registration Number, if you are not a U.S. Citizen)
  • Federal Income Tax Return and W-2 Forms
  • Any statements or records of investments of untaxed income (if applicable)
  • A list of schools you want to receive results of your FAFSA

I need help completing my FAFSA. Who should I talk to?

We have many resources right here in Tulsa to help you get to college. Start with your school counselor or the financial aid office at the college applying to to get in-person help filling out your FAFSA application.  Look for FAFSA events at your school and in your community.  Follow impacttulsa.com on social media to find out when there is an event near you. 

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We have a lot of resources right here in Tulsa to help you get to college. Start with your school counselor to get in-person help filling out your FAFSA application.

Counselors and Administrators: Resources to help students complete their FAFSA.

We have a lot of resources right here in Tulsa to help you get to college. Start with your school counselor to get in-person help filling out your FAFSA application.

Did you know?

In 2017, FAFSA provided potential access to nearly $22 million in Pell federal grant funds.

Not sure where to start when filling out your FAFSA application? Below are some of the most frequently asked questions we’ve heard. If you need additional help, we encourage you to talk to your school counselor or email info@impacttulsa.com.

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Percent of 2017 enrolled HS seniors who filled out the FAFSA

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