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Financing Higher Education

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Financing Higher Education

Mike Staten

TCAI Director and

Assistant Dean for Careers, Commerce and IndustryUniversity of Arizona

Rebekah SalcedoSenior Associate Director University of Arizona Office of Scholarships and Financial Aid

Shelly Stanton

National Master Educator,

Technology Integration Specialist for Billings Public Schools, MontanaSlide4

In Partnership withSlide5

Take Charge Today Mission

“Provide educators with no-cost curriculum materials

and the skills and confidence to effectively

teach financial literacy”Slide6

Rebekah Salcedo

Senior Associate Director

University of Arizona Office of Scholarships and Financial AidSlide7

Paying for

College

Office of Scholarships & Financial AidSlide8

College Preparation ChecklistSlide9

Where to order College Preparation Checklist and other Department of Education

materials:

edpubs.ed.gov

 CSS Profile

Information: http://student.collegeboard.org/css-financial-aid-profile

UC

Santa Barbara FAFSA guide

http

://www.finaid.ucsb.edu/fafsasimplification/

ResourcesSlide10

Shopping Sheet

A

clear, concise way to see the cost of a particular

school

Provides a

standardized award letter allowing students to easily compare financial aid packages and make informed decisions on where to attend

college

Nearly

2,000 institutions have committed to providing the Shopping Sheet to their prospective

students

More information at http://

www.ed.gov/financial-aid-shopping-sheet.Slide11

How much does it cost?

*2013/2014 Resident Dependent On/Off Campus Expenses

*Represents direct costs

*Expenses calculated through survey; the total is only an estimate and may vary from student to student

For more information visit: http://http://financialaid.arizona.edu/freshmen/estimated-cost-attendanceSlide12

*2013/2014 Resident Dependent On/Off Campus Expenses

*Represents direct costs

*Expenses calculated through survey; the total is only an estimate and may vary from student to student

For more information visit: http://http://financialaid.arizona.edu/freshmen/estimated-cost-attendance

How much does it cost?Slide13

What do I need to do? Slide14

FAFSA

: Free Application for Federal Student Aid

Visit

fafsa.ed.gov

School code i.e. U of A code: 001083Student and Parent’s federal

tax information

Tax estimates

Know school’s priority

deadline date (every school may

be different)

Filling out the FAFSASlide15

Types of AidSlide16

Similar to scholarships

(

they’

re

free!)

Federal Pell Grant

State and Federal Grants

Teach Grant

GrantsSlide17

Federal Work Study

Allows opportunity to work on or off campus

Provides skills not learned in the classroom Slide18

Subsidized Loans

Need Based

Interest does

not accrue while in school

Unsubsidized Loans

Interest accrues while you are in school

Guaranteed (no credit check)

Federal Direct LoansSlide19

Parent PLUS Loans

Credit

Check required.*

Can request loan be deferred while student is enrolled in school or you can begin repayment while student is in school. Slide20

Questions?

Federal Direct LoansSlide21

Senior Year Timeline

Fall 2013

January 2014

Spring 2014

Summer 2014

Fall 2014Slide22

Shelly Stanton

Technology Integration Specialist and Career and Technical Educator for Billings Public Schools

TCT Master Educator since 2007Slide23

Content into Practice

Take Charge Today has a series of lessons

Preparing for Higher Education

Students look at positive habits that will help them be successful in post-secondary educationPlanning for Higher EducationStudents review their goals and look at career pathwaysPaying for Higher EducationFAFSA and scholarship informationSlide24

Paying for Higher Education

Advanced LevelSlide25

Receiving a Higher Education

Plan Ahead!

Eight times as many students drop out of degree and certificate programs due to finances and debt than grades!

What are other pros and cons of higher education?Slide26

Reduce Costs by Planning Ahead

What are ways you can reduce the total cost of higher education?Slide27

Academic Advisors

Imani has learned that a bachelor

s and professional degree to become a lawyer could cost as much as $301,118

Your mission: Explore ways to help Imani pay for her educationSlide28

Imani’s

Plan

Anticipated total cost: $241,458

Anticipated total cost: $178,294

Anticipated total cost: $95,536Slide29

Three Types of Higher Education Financial Aid

Money you do

not

have to repay

Higher CostSlide30

Imani’s

Potential Scholarships

Your mission: work in small groups to identify at least three scholarships

Imani

is eligible for based on her special circumstances and extra-curricular activitiesSlide31

Free Application for Federal Student Aid

(FAFSA)Slide32

FAFSA SimplifiedSlide33

Your Goals:Slide34

My scholarship Search

Although all conclusions are powerful this is where I saw amazing engagement with students. Slide35

PSASlide36

Quote from a Counselor

“Everything I needed was in one place and made not only helping seniors easier but also assisting parents! Thank you for this resource.”

-Dave Spring, Billings, MTSlide37

Quote from a Teacher

In 23 years of education, I’ve never seen another lesson

designed to teach kids how to pay for higher education. Nobody else is telling them how. This lesson is essential.”Tracey Newman-MissouriSlide38

QuestionsSlide39

Content videos

5

-10

minute videosDeveloped by national expertsDesigned for educatorsMore coming soon!

How to Choose a Financial Advisor

Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)

Individual Retirement Accounts

7 Tips for Financing Higher Education

Investing Principles

Saving For College – 529 PlansSlide40

Continue the Conversation Online

Share your ideas, struggles or suggestions

https://

takechargetoday.arizona.edu/forum/preparing-higher-education Slide41

Thank You For Participating

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