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  • College Awareness Workshop 
  • Personal Statement Workshop 
  • Diversity Background Essay Workshop 
  • How to ask for a letter recommendation workshop
  • Resume Workshop
  • Why SAT/ACT is important Workshop
  • FAFSA/ Scholarships Workshop 
 
ALLMP also offers step-by-step help to apply for college. 

The U.S. Department of Education is making transformational changes to the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA®) form. The Better FAFSA is simplified, redesigned, and streamlined. It is faster and easier to fill out, with most students and families completing it in less than 15 minutes. As a part of this rollout, the Department has developed materials to best assists students, families, educators, counselors, and colleges/universities in completing the Better FAFSA.

 

The Better FAFSA webpage is the main hub for information and resources developed for this rollout. You can find prepared toolkits and a slide deck (attached), pro tips, videos/testimonials, roadmaps, and so much more to best prepare everyone for the new Better FAFSA. Listed down below, across three main categories, you can find specific information pertaining to these various groups:

 

  1. Students & Families

    1. FAFSA Pro Tips

    2. Financial Student Aid Estimator

    3. Videos & testimonials

      1. Applying for Financial Aid

      2. Student testimonial

      3. Parent testimonial

 

  1. High School Educators & College Access Counselors

    1. FAFSA Roadmap for Counselors & Advocates

    2. Financial Aid Toolkit for Counselors

    3. Better FAFSA Status Updates

    4. SUBSCRIBE to Knowledge Center Updates (webinars and other information)

 

  1. Colleges & Universities

    1. Roadmap for Institutions & State Partners

    2. FSA Knowledge Center

    3. Better FAFSA Status Updates

    4. SUBSCRIBE to Knowledge Center Updates (webinars and other information)

 

You can also find additional and detailed information regarding actions the Department has taken to assist in this process such as:

 

  1. Significantly reducing verification requirements

  2. Providing additional flexibility on recertification

  3. Making connections to data

  4. Suspending new routine program reviews

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