Find A FAFSA Workshop Near You
Last updated December 21, 2021
If you need money for college, the FAFSA provides resources to find reliable student aid. For some, however, filing the FAFSA can be a source of anxiety. With over 100 questions, complicated language, and a new FSA ID policy, the FAFSA can seem more like a brainteaser than a financial aid application. How do we know? We’ve been there.
To make sure you complete your application, we’ve compiled a list of select FAFSA workshops broken down by state. These in-person and virtual workshops assist students and parents with their FAFSA – as well as additional state-specific documents – to receive the greatest amount of available financial aid.
Don’t see your state below? Check out NCAN’s Form Your Future for the complete list.
Cash for College encourages Alabama high schools to complete the FAFSA. 9 out of 10 students who complete the FAFSA attend college the following fall.
Every Wednesday from 3pm to 6pm, ACPE offers free Zoom appointments to students and families who need assistance filling out the FAFSA.
College Goal FAFSA Arizona aims to increase the number of first-generation, low-income, and under-represented high school seniors and adults entering postsecondary education, by providing free, professional financial aid assistance.
Starting October 1st through June 30th, students and families attend FREE Cash for College workshops across California for help completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) or California Dream Act (CADAA) and Chafee for Foster Youth Applications.
Colorado's state website offers many free resources to help students and families with financial aid - like FAFSA, scholarships, loans, and more.
Connecticut College Bound is a state-wide initiative to help students complete the FAFSA by holding in-person FAFSA workshops across the state.
Stand By Me's College Funding Project aims to increase the percentage of high school seniors who apply for the FAFSA by offering FAFSA completion appointments both in-person and virtually.
Navigating Your Financial Future has multiple different FAFSA and financial aid training presentations and modules on their website to help students find they aid they need for college.
Georgia Student Finance Commission provides in-person trainings, workshops and information sessions across the state to help students and their families plan for college.
College Awareness & Preparation Illinois strives to fulfill its mission through a series of workshops, seminars and statewide support with partners from all sectors of education.
In locations all across Indiana, financial aid experts will once again give free FAFSA filing advice to students and their families!
The Louisiana Office of Student Financial Assistance (LOSFA) holds virtual office hours from 9am-3pm, Monday-Friday to help answer student questions about completing the FAFSA.
The Finance Authority of Maine (FAME) helps students and their families help meet the costs of higher education. FAME also oversees an outreach and counseling program to help inspire students to pursue higher education.
Maryland's Higher Education Commission has a free, informative video series on their YouTube channel walking students through financial aid and how to apply for it.
FAFSA Day Massachusetts provides free assistance to students and families who want to complete their FAFSA.
Make sure you file the FAFSA correctly. Join one of the University of Michigan's Financial Aid 101 webinars to help you fill out the FAFSA — FREE!
Minnesota Goes to College wants to help you with your FAFSA. Check out their MN map to find free FAFSA events near you!
Get2College Centers have free services and resources to help you improve your chances of getting into a college that fits you the best. You can visit one of their centers at the location at the link below, live chat, call, or email.
FAFSA Frenzy helps thousands of Missouri students complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid every year.
Reach Higher Montana College Goal helps to provide free FAFSA help for students and parents as well as raise awareness. Reach Higher Montana communities host FAFSA completion events. You can find an event in, or near, your community.
EducationQuest has free resources to help you complete the FAFSA. If you would like free personal help, you can call an EducationQuest near you to make an appointment. The locations are Kearney, Lincoln, and Omaha.
Brooklyn College has created a 24/7 virtual financial aid workshop on YouTube to allow students to fill out their FAFSA at their own pace.
College Foundation of North Carolina, the North Carolina Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators, and State Employee’s Credit Union are offering free programs to help you complete the FAFSA.
Ohio College Goal Sunday is your chance to complete the FAFSA with experts and get answers to the financial aid questions you may have. It doesn’t matter what college you attend or are planning to attend – you are welcome at any site location.
Oregon Goes to College's website has financial aid information for all students, including what they need to know about filling out the FAFSA.
To help Pennsylvania families complete the FAFSA, PHEAA, in partnership with PASFAA (The Pennsylvania Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators), conducts free FAFSA Completion Help Events from October through April.
The Rhode Island College Planning Center offers free assistance to students filling out their FAFSA. Appointments are required.
College For All Texans offers over-the-phone support to students completing the FAFSA.
Keys to Success Utah has resources dedicated to college readiness, including everything you need to know about the different types of college financial aid.
Vermont Student Assistance Corporation (VSAC) holds multiple FAFSA workshops a month - typically over Zoom.
College Goal Washington events take place at numerous locations across Washington State. Students receive step-by-step instructions for successfully completing and submitting their FAFSA or WASFA.
Financial aid experts will walk students and families, step-by step, through completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Anyone planning to attend college within the next academic year should complete the FAFSA.
College Goal Wisconsin is affiliated with a national event that provides free information and assistance to families who need to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Completing the FAFSA is the first and most important step in qualifying for aid.