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Financial Aid Calculator
These slides cover the 12th Yr Campaign portion of this event on virtual admissions & financial aid completion events & support.
Dates and locations of GEAR UP professional development events, webinars, and program deadlines.
This worksheet will help you understand and compare financial aid award letters. Use one worksheet for each college you received an award letter from. This is not meant to be an official statement on your award letter, financial aid offer, or true costs, but a tool to help you compare your options. For official calculations, please contact the financial aid office at each college.
This worksheet will help you understand and compare financial aid award letters. Use one worksheet for each college you received an award letter from. This is not meant to be an official statement on your award letter, financial aid offer, or true costs, but a tool to help you compare your options. For official calculations, please contact the financial aid office at each college.
For current high school seniors, here is what you need to know about taking a gap year or deferring enrollment before making a decision.
What do students need to know before they start college? Find the top tips for students in the Washington Student Achievement Council’s newsletter.
Even after being accepted to a college, there’s still a lot of work to do to get ready. See the Washington Student Achievement Council newsletter to learn what steps to take.
For students who have already applied, May 1st is typically when students notify a college/university that they have accepted their offer and will attend next fall. If your child received acceptance offers from a college, university, or training program, congratulations! See the Washington Student Achievement Council newsletter to learn what steps to take.
During this period of school closures and remote learning, Washington State GEAR UP is committed to promoting resources to support our educators, students, and families that can be done remotely. This Top 5 list is designed specifically for high school juniors and seniors to help them prepare for, apply to, and pay for postsecondary education. Note: You do not have to be a GEAR UP student to use our resources – they are available to all students!

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