Troy Moon, Pensacola State College
Pensacola State College offers more than 300 scholarships to eligible students and numerous financial aid opportunities.
Prospective, new and returning PSC students can get help in possibly securing some of those financial aid funds for themselves at the PSC Financial Aid Day event, from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 13 at PSC Delanio Student Center, Building 5, on the Pensacola campus.
“We will have experts from various offices there to help and assist students and their parents,’’ said Joanne Rozborski, PSC Financial Aid director. “We will have people from admissions, recruiting, financial aid, veterans’ services and other offices there to help and answer questions.”
One of the most requested services during every PSC Financial Aid Day is assistance in filling out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), which is the first step in receiving financial assistance, Rozborski said.
“That’s the busiest area each year,’’ she said. “We will have people there who can help you complete the application.”
To complete the FAFSA please bring:
- FSA ID – apply at https://fsaid.ed.gov/
- 2020 IRS Tax Transcript and W-2 statements (or Form 1099)
- Social Security Number
- Driver’s License or another valid photo ID
- Alien Registration card or Certificate of Naturalization
- Untaxed income records for 2020 (if applicable)
- Social Security benefits
- Veterans non-education benefits (disability compensation)
- Most recent Military LES (active duty)
- Value of 2020 child support received and/or paid
Though registration is not required, it is suggested. To register to go https://www.PensacolaState.edu/fad-2022.
Registration for the PSC 2022 summer term begins March 1. Registration for the fall term begins April 1.
Details: 850-484-1095 or FAVA@pensacolastate.edu.