Phoenix College is visiting the surrounding community to help make your higher educational goals a reality. Our Neighborhood Outreach team will be in your area to provide 1:1 assistance with:
Submitting the FAFSA
Understanding Financial Aid & Paying for College
Academic Programs & Certificates
Applying to Phoenix College
|Wed May 26||3pm - 6pm||Food City Plaza||51st Ave. - McDowell Rd|
|Wed Jun 2||3pm - 6pm||Food City Plaza||19th Ave. - Indian School Rd|
|Wed Jun 9||3pm - 6pm||Walgreens Plaza||16th Str. - Thomas Rd|
|Sat Jun 26||9am - 12pm||Falcon Park||35th Ave. - Roosevelt Ave|
FAFSA Completion. It is the first step to getting the financial aid and scholarships you need. Computers will be available to complete the FAFSA, and we'll be there to assist and answer questions. Just remember to bring a few things with you:
- Student or Parent(s) Social Security Numbers (if available)
- Green Card (USCIS Number) for Permanent Residents
- 2020 parent tax return forms (W-2 form, or any other record of earned income)
- Parent(s) date of birth
- Parent(s) marital status
- Parent(s) month and year of marriage, separation/divorce or death
- FSA-ID (FAFSA log-in information, if you already have it)
Financial Aid Overview. We'll also provide an overview of the financial aid process, and paying for your education at Phoenix College.
Get Information about Academic Programs
Something for Everyone. Whether you're looking to advance your current career, develop a side gig, or have just graduated from high school, Phoenix College has courses, certificates, and degree programs for you.
Representatives will share a rundown of our offerings, and give you steps for getting started.
Apply for Summer and Fall
Submit Your Application. We offer flexible start dates for Summer and Fall classes. Submit your Application for Admission when you drop by. It’s the first part of our simple, 4-Step Enrollment Process. We’ll answer your questions about enrollment, and becoming a Phoenix College student!