Financial Aid and Scholarships

Financial Aid Presentations and Outreach Requests

Financial Aid Presentations 

Getting the word out about financial aid is important.  The Office of Financial Aid & Scholarships conducts many workshops on campus and in the community on a variety of aid topics throughout the year. The presentations offered vary and change as the aid year progresses so check back here to find new presentations and materials. 

Spring 2021:  New Student Orientation

 

Summer 2020:  Parent & Family Orientation

We provide presentations to various on and off-campus groups. Our most common audiences include high school students and their families, campus visitors, academic advisors, and campus departments.  

Presentation Guidelines 

To best accommodate your request, please note the following guidelines: 

  • We are currently only offering virtual / online presentations.   
  • Requests must be submitted at least 3 weeks in advance. This allows us adequate time to find an appropriate presenter and to prepare the presentation. 
  • Our office will make every attempt to accommodate your request. 
  • If you need multiple workshops in different time slots within one day, please submit a separate request for each time slot. 
  • The Financial Aid & Scholarships team member assigned to your presentation will contact you to refine the details and logistics of the presentation. 

Popular Presentation Topics 

  • Financial Aid Essentials - High School Seniors:  Review of financial aid and scholarship opportunities and processes (approximately 1 hour) 
  • Financial Aid Essentials – Transfer Students:  Review of financial aid and scholarship opportunities and processes - with a focus on transfer students (approximately 1 hour) 
  • Financial Aid Essentials  Newly Admitted Students:  Review of financial aid and scholarship opportunities and processes (approximately 1 hour) 
  • Financial Aid Essentials  Parents & Families:  Review of topics we often receive questions about from parents & families, such as the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA), types of aid, how to apply, cost of attendance, payment options, and available resources (approximately 1 hour). 
  • General Financial Aid and Scholarship overview (approximately 25 – 35 minutes) 
  • How to fill out the FAFSA or DREAM Application (approximately 3– 45 minutes) 
  • Satisfactory Academic Progress for Financial Aid Applicants (20-30 minutes) 
  • How to apply for scholarships (approximately 25 minutes) 
  • Financial Aid question and answer sessions (flexible time allowance) 

We are happy to discuss other presentation topics and time frames as needed. 

 

Request a Presentation

Complete our online request form below to submit: