During the year, Salem Community College holds FAFSA workshops to help "college-bound" students prepare for financial related paperwork that they will encounter when preparing to go to a college or university. These workshops are free and open to the community. If you are a "college-bound" student or if you are the parent of one, this workshop will benefit you, regardless whether you attend Salem Community College or another college/university. You will learn about the information and paperwork required by the state and the colleges/universities needed to get your "college-bound" student off to a smooth start.
These free workshops require you to sign up to attend.
Instructor: Members of the Financial Aid Department
About the Event:
The free FAFSA workshops are scheduled to help students and parents complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). The two-hour sessions will be held in the Testing Center (see buttons above for room location). All students and parents are welcome to attend, regardless of their college choice.
Participants are asked to bring the following:
- Social Security Number
- Parent and student driver's licenses
- Parent and/or student W-2 form (to estimate taxes and income)
- Parent and/or student tax return (if completed)
- Current bank statements
- Documentation as permanent U.S. resident or other eligible non-citizen
*Due to limited seating, registration is required. For more information, call 856.351.2699