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Indiana students to get free FAFSA filing help Nov. 7

WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. Current and prospective students who plan to attend Purdue West Lafayette in the fall of 2022 must submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) 2022-23 prior to the Purdue priority submission date of April 15.

Indiana families can receive free FAFSA application assistance from financial aid experts at College Goal Sunday 2-4 p.m. local time on Sunday (November 7). Families in the Lafayette area can attend College Goal Sunday at Ivy Tech Community College, 3101 S. Creasy Lane, Lafayette. A full list of participating sites around the state can be found at collegegoalsunday.org/.

Prior to attending the event, new applicants and one parent are encouraged to apply for US Department of Education FSA IDs at https://studentaid.gov/fsa-id/create-account/launch. 2022-23 FAFSA will collect 2020 tax information. Most families will be able to use the IRS data recovery tool built into the FAFSA to retrieve their tax data, but parents must also bring their completed 2020 IRS tax return, 2020 W-2 forms, current bank statements and investment information for entries handmade . Students who worked in 2020 must bring their own income information as well. Students age 24 or older may attend on their own and bring their 2020 IRS tax return, W-2 2020 forms, current bank statements and investment information.

Purdue University’s Department of Financial Aid provides financial aid information for students and families through community outreach, email, and online at purdue.edu/dfa/. The Financial Aid Department can be reached by calling 765-494-5050 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. ET Monday through Friday, or by emailing facontact@purdue.edu.

source: David Reseigh, Assistant Director of Outreach Services, Purdue University Financial Aid Division, 765-496-3919, reseigh@purdue.edu

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