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FAFSA Frenzy helps thousands of Missouri students complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid every year. The FAFSA is the primary form used by federal, state, and institutional financial assistance programs in determining an individual's eligibility for grants, loans, work-study, and scholarships.

 

Volunteer now for FAFSA Frenzy 2017-18

If you have a passion for helping students overcome barriers to accessing and succeeding in higher education, volunteer to help out at a FAFSA Frenzy event near you. The 2018-19 FAFSA is scheduled to be available beginning October 1, 2017, and high schools, postsecondary institution, and community organizations will be hosting FAFSA Frenzy events through January 31, 2018. With 172 events scheduled in 50 Missouri counties, there are plenty of opportunities to assist students at a location and date/time convenient for you. You do not have to be a FAFSA expert to volunteer; sites need volunteers to assist with registration tables, setting up before an event, and more.

To donate your time and expertise, complete the volunteer registration form today by visiting https://surveys.mo.gov/index.php/638975.

 

For a list of public events and their dates, visit https://dhe.mo.gov/ppc/ffsites.php.

 

To see all Journey to College events, including private FAFSA Frenzy events, visit http://dhe.mo.gov/ppc/J2Csites.php.

 

 

Site coordinator resources

The 2017-18 site coordinator Resource Manual for all three Journey to College programs is now available, containing electronic printable flyers, tips for organizing and promoting your event, fillable templates and forms, checklists, and other materials to help make your FAFSA Frenzy event successful. Download the entire manual or find FAFSA Frenzy-specific resources and templates at http://dhe.mo.gov/ppc/fafsafrenzyresources.php.

 

What is FAFSA Frenzy?

FAFSA Frenzy is part of national efforts to promote FAFSA completion and has been offered in Missouri since 2004 through partnerships between the Missouri Department of Higher Education, the Missouri Association of Student Financial Aid Personnel, the Missouri Higher Education Loan Authority, and the National College Access Network.