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Join a Scholarship Help Session

Maricopa Community Colleges Scholarships will be available from March 1st – April 30th for Fall 2022 and Spring 2023. Join any of our Financial Aid Open Sessions (in-person or virtual) for help completing your scholarship application! 

Financial Aid Open Sessions

Do you need assistance completing the FAFSA, Financial Aid Verification, or To-Do List? Join our Financial Aid Open Sessions! Either virtual or in-person. 

Before your session starts, grab whatever you can from the Session Checklist, below.
Virtual Session
Click on the red button during the times listed, and you'll be connected with one of our financial aid pros for 1:1 help.
Link to Join
March 8th
2:00pm - 5:30pm

Click Here to register for virtual appointment
March 21st
11:00am - 1:00pm
April 6th
11:00am - 1:00pm
April 19th
May 4th
11:00am - 1:00pm
May 16th
In-person Session
Due to COVID-19 guidelines, we are limiting the BearTrax room to 5-7 students, 30 minutes per session. Use the link to sign up for ONE of the In-Person Sessions: Please use this link to register for FA Open Sessions 
Feb 24th

2:00pm – 5:30pm

BearTrax Room (Hannelly Center)
March 10th
March 24th
April 7th
April 21st
May 5th
May 19th

Session Checklist

Be prepared for your session by bringing the following items:

  • Official photo ID
  • List of items on To-Do List, if applicable

If you are attending to complete your FAFSA, you will need this information: 

  • FSA ID
  • Your social security number (student and parent)
  • Alien registration number, if you are not a U.S. Citizen
  • Your parents* social security number and date of birth 
  • Federal tax returns 
  • W-2's or record of money earned
  • Records of untaxed income
**2019 income/tax information if you are completing the 2021-2022 FAFSA**
**2020 income/tax information if you are completing the 2022-2023 FAFSA**


Whose Income Information is Needed on the FAFSA

Your dependency status determines whose information you must report on the FAFSA. Your answers to the dependency status questions on the FAFSA will determine whether you are considered a dependent or independent student.

  • If you’re a dependent student, you will report your and your parents’ information.
  • If you’re an independent student, you will report your own information (and, if you’re married, your spouse’s).

Unable to attend one of the sessions? Find additional help on our district's verification support page

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