University of GeorgiaPreparing for that first year of college can be overwhelming for students and parents. A free program can help make filling out the financial aid paperwork a lot less confusing. The College Goal Sunday program will take place Feb. 10 between 2 p.m. and 4 p.m. at 17 different locations across the state. To find a location near you, go to the Web site www.collegegoalsundayga.com. Parents and students should bring their latest tax information or last paycheck stub from 2007. Students 23 years old or younger should bring a parent or guardian.
Published on 01/31/08
College financial aid workshops set across state
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