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FWISD OFFERS COLLEGE FINANCIAL AID HELP SESSIONS

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FWISD OFFERS COLLEGE FINANCIAL AID HELP SESSIONS

What: College Financial Aid Help Sessions

When & Where: See schedule listed below

Summary: The Fort Worth Independent School District, in conjunction with Tarrant County College and other District partners, will sponsor college financial aid sessions in September and October, 2016.

All sessions will begin at 6 p.m. and conclude by 8 p.m. The schedule for the first rounds of aid sessions is:

• September 6 – Polytechnic High School

• October 4 – Paschal High School

• October 6 – Carter-Riverside High School

• October 11 – Diamond Hill-Jarvis High School

• October 13 – Southwest High School

• October 17 – Eastern Hills High School

• October 18 – North Side High School

Pre-registration is not required for any of these sessions. Assistance will be available in both English and Spanish to help parents and students with completing the FAFSA/TASFA application.

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