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2nd Annual Massachusetts College Goal Sunday to Help College-Bound Students Complete Financial Aid Form

(PRWEB) January 7, 2006 -- The 2nd annual Massachusetts College Goal Sunday will take place on January 29, 2006 at 13 locations throughout the state. College Goal Sunday provides free assistance to help students and families, including those with no tradition of attending college, to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), the federally required application for financial aid. College Goal Sunday is made possible by a grant from Lumina Foundation for Education
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 and is administered by the Massachusetts Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators (MASFAA).

 “  College Goal Sunday is a critical program to ensure Massachusetts remains a haven for higher education by making the financial aid process more accessible and easing the way for students to attend colleg...  
The financial burden of attending college can deter many prospective college applicants. On January 29, 2006, hundreds of financial aid professionals and other higher education
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 financing experts, together with partners and sponsors interested in helping students, will volunteer their Sunday afternoon to help students and their families fill out the FAFSA. This one-day event will help college-bound students take the first step in applying for college by participating in a two-hour moderated session that will lead to a completed FAFSA. Each College Goal Sunday site will offer detailed instruction in completing the FAFSA, educational prize drawings, giveaways and one-on-one assistance from financial aid experts.

“College Goal Sunday is a critical program to ensure Massachusetts remains a haven for higher education by making the financial aid process more accessible and easing the way for students to attend college,” said Sherri Culp of Brandeis University, co-chair of Massachusetts College Goal Sunday. “This program takes the fear out of paying for college by providing students and their families access to knowledgeable volunteers who will help students successfully navigate the financial aid process.”

In Massachusetts, 85 percent of families did not know enough about the financial aid application process – and could not have completed FAFSA without Massachusetts College Goal Sunday – based on a survey of attendees at last year’s inaugural event.

College Goal Sunday is a free-to-the-public, charitable effort to bring families of college-bound students together with financial aid professionals to eliminate the information gap on the availability of financial aid for college applicants. The Massachusetts mission is to:
•    Provide free on-site help to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), the federally required form for seeking financial aid
•    Educate students that college is a viable option after high school
•    Increase the number and quality of FAFSAs filed in Massachusetts, and ultimately the amount of financial aid provided to the state’s students

Massachusetts College Goal Sunday will be held at the following locations:
•    Barnstable: Cape Cod Community College
•    Boston: Boston Public Library
•    Brockton: Brockton High School
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•    Chelsea: Roca
•    Chestnut Hill: Pine Manor College
•    Fall River: Bristol Community College
•    Fitchburg: Fitchburg State College
•    Lawrence: Hispanic Office of Planning and Evaluation (HOPE)
•    Lowell: Middlesex Community College
•    Pittsfield: Pittsfield Educational Opportunity Center
•    Springfield: Springfield Central High School
•    Waltham: Waltham High School
•    Worcester: Quinsigamond Community College

For more information about Massachusetts College Goal Sunday, please visit www.masscollegegoalsunday.org. Massachusetts College Goal Sunday is sponsored in part by the generosity of American Student Assistance, Bank of America, Citibank, Citizens Bank, the College Board and the Massachusetts Educational Financing Authority. The College Goal Sunday SM program was created by the Indiana Student Financial Aid Association with funding from Lilly Endowment, Inc. and with supplemental support from Lumina Foundation for Education.


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