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Student Aid Saturdays




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The Student Aid Saturdays San Antonio (SASSA) Program will host events on multiple Saturdays through April 27 at various locations throughout San Antonio, to include East Central High School, at 7173 F.M. 1628; cafecollege at 131 El Paso St.; and Texas A&M University-San Antonio, at 1 University Way, all in San Antonio.

The program partners with schools, businesses, and education-focused community organizations across Bexar County to offer free help filling out federal and state forms for college financial aid. Help will be provided in both English and Spanish at every event site.

To determine aid eligibility, students and parents should fill out federal or state financial aid forms as early as possible, as financial aid is awarded on a first-come, first-served basis. Parents and students do not need their current tax return form to start filing out financial aid forms. Find out more at visit http://www.studentaidsa.org/next/.
 

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