Info for Students & Families: Financial Aid Application Supports

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Financial Aid Application Supports

Information for Students & Families

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Student & Family Messaging

Get Help Applying for Financial Aid 

Do you need money for college or training? Do you have questions about financial aid? There are people and programs available to help:  

  • The 12th Year Campaign is hosting virtual financial aid info and filing events to help students and families learn more and apply for aid.  
  • The Washington State Student Loan Education Site helps families better understand education costs and considerations.  
  • Otterbot is a free texting service that sends financial aid info and reminders to high school seniors who have signed up for the College Bound Scholarship. Get started by texting "Hi Otter" to 360-928-7281. 
  • Connect with the financial aid office at any colleges you’re considering. Your high school counselor can also answer questions and direct you to more resources.  

Financial aid applications are now available for the 2022-23 school year. Learn more, get support, and apply for financial aid at  

Related Resources

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Washington's 12th Year Campaign provides training and materials for educators and advocates to help students at their schools and in their communities apply for college and financial aid. Visit the program's web page to learn more and access resources, including: 

  • Information about the Financial Aid Advising Day requirement for school districts.  
  • Presentations and materials to use in promoting financial aid and college or training opportunities to students.  
  • Links to virtual trainings, recorded webinars, and workshops for counselors and educators helping students through the application process.  

Washington Student Achievement Council (WSAC) sends regular messages to our partners and stakeholders with resources and information about college planning, financial aid, and more. Feel free to use this content—as-is or edited for your audiencein emails, newsletters, social media, or other materials. No attribution is necessary.