A Workshop to help students(Cash for College Workshop)

Cash for College Workshop is organized by ELAC to help students solve tuition problems.


When: Jan 27, 12:00 PM-2:00 PM


Cash for College Workshops provide FREE, one-on-one assistance to high school seniors, college students & parents to complete 2021-2022 FAFSA, CA Dream Act Application, and Chafee Grant application for foster youth.


WHERE:

East Los Angeles College

Attend a Virtual Cash for College

Zoom Link: https://laccd.zoom.us/j/93721218250

Workshop offered from 12 p.m.—2 p.m.


What do you need to bring:

  1. Driver’s License, if you have one

  2. Social Security Card or number, if you have one

  3. Alien registration #, if you have one

  4. Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) number, if you have one

  5. List of colleges you are interested in attending

  6. Parents’ 2018 Federal Income Tax Return form, if applicable

  7. Parents’ 2018 W2s & other records of $$ earned, if applicable

  8. Student’s 2018 Federal Income Tax Return form, if filed

  9. Student’s 2018 W2s & other records of $$ earned

  10. Current bank state-ments, records of investments, & assets

  11. 2018 Social Security Income

  12. Child Support amounts received/paid in 2018

  13. Any other income received in 2019, including untaxed income

Students who were in foster care, or were a dependent or ward of the court, at least one day after the age of 13 may qualify for “Independent Status” for the purposes of the FAFSA and the CA Dream Act and do not need to report their parent or guardian’s information. Neither legal guardians nor foster parents are considered parents when completing the FAFSA or CA Dream Act.







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