College Application Week October 28 - 31, 2019

 ONE year (or less) certificate program


TWO year associate or technical degree or


 A Bachelor's degree or


"COLLEGE" is: 

Get help completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid
Tacos Provided
Events & Materials
Application schedule
Keynote Speaker
Survey Links
Support Materials

FAFSA Resources

FAFSA is the Free Application for Federal Student Aid.  Seniors, apply now and early to get the most aid for college.  You can get Grants (Do not need to be paid back, Loans, Scholarships, and Work-Study). 


Come to our next FAFSA Workshop on November 20th, Cottonwood High School Library 4:00 pm-8:00 pm.  Tacos will be provided.   We hope to see you there!


Click here for what to bring to complete the FAFSA Application

Want to get started on your own?  START HERE

FAFSA Verification: Verification is the process your school (college/university) uses to confirm the data reported on your FAFSA form is correct. If you are selected for verification, your school will request additional documentation that supports the information you reported.  CLICK HERE FOR DIRECTIONS


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It's best to apply for college as early as you can—October or November of your senior year in high school. That way you get the best opportunities for early admission and scholarship funding. A good time to submit applications is during your high school's Utah College Awareness & Application Week in October.

Follow the steps to apply here: 

Cottonwood Counseling Center

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