Step 1: FSA ID
Create your FSA ID at studentaid.gov. If you already have a FSA ID, move to Step 2.

Step 2: Gather your documents
You will need a copy of your 2020 tax returns. If you are a Dependent, you will need a copy of your parents 2020 tax returns.

Step 3: Complete your FAFSA
Complete the form online at studentaid.gov. If you need help, contact the Financial Aid office to schedule an appointment here.

If you are currently enrolled and have not completed your 2021-2022 FAFSA it’s not too late. Complete your FAFSA today!

financial aid events

BPCC Financial Aid Office provides trainings, workshops, and information sessions to help students and their families plan for college. We also partner with high schools and community organizations to conduct events that include general financial aid information meetings, FAFSA Completion Assistance, college fairs, and more!

In-person and virtual options are available.  Click here to schedule a FAFSA event or Financial Aid Workshop.

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