Financial Aid Workshops

The Financial Aid Office offers two workshops that provide great opportunities for you to learn more about financial aid. Additionally, during Financial Aid Week in October, the Financial Aid Office offers special Apply For Aid workshops (see details below).

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Choose any of the locations and times that best fit your schedule. Space is limited, so register early. Please do not be late or you will be asked to register for another workshop. If special accommodations are needed, please contact Student Accessibility Services. For interpreter services, you can request an interpreter online or call 512-223-6155 (video phone-deaf 512-223-6151).

Loan Information Workshop

This workshop is required of students borrowing the Federal Direct Student Loan for the first time at ACC. You will be given valuable loan borrowing and repayment information in addition to expert-guided assistance with the online federal loan process. This workshop also covers career counseling and the resources offered by ACC.

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Student Success Workshop

This workshop is for students on financial aid “warning” status. The warning status is assigned to students who are not meeting the Satisfactory Academic Progress standards. However, anyone wanting to know more about the academic standards for aid eligibility is encouraged to attend.

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Apply for Aid Workshop

At this workshop, you’ll receive personalized assistance applying for financial aid (e.g. grants, loans, work-study, and scholarships).

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If you are completing the 2018 – 2019 FAFSA (or TASFA), you’ll need to bring 2016 tax information (see below for more details).

If you are completing the 2019 – 2020 FAFSA (or TASFA), you’ll need to bring 2017 tax information (see below for more details). The new 2019-2020 FAFSA is available starting October 1!

Please bring the following documents to the workshop:

1. Student’s federal income tax return, W-2 forms, paycheck stubs, and any records of earned income for the [20XX] tax year* (see above for required tax year).

2. Student’s current bank statements, records of taxable earnings, and other investments

  • If married, bring your spouse’s income documents listed in 1 and 2.
  • If you are a dependent student, bring parent(s) income documents listed in 1 and 2.

3. For U.S. permanent residents or eligible non-citizen, please bring documentation to support this status (e.g. permanent resident card or I-94).