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University to Help High School Students and Families Learn About Ways to Pay for College
On Sunday, Jan. 29, high school students and their parents can receive expert advice about financial aid and planning for college as the University of Hartford participates in College Goal SundaySM. The event will take place from 1:30 to 4:30 p.m. on the third floor of Hillyer Hall on the University of Hartford campus, 200 Bloomfield Ave., West Hartford.
Students and their families can come to campus and talk with financial aid counselors and University staff members and receive information on filling out financial aid applications.
Often, for students who are the first in their families to apply to attend college, the process can seem complicated, especially when it comes to finding financial resources and applying for aid. Participating in College Goal SundaySM will give students and their families a helpful first step on the pathway to college and do so in a comfortable setting.
More information about College Goal SundaySM, including what information to bring to complete the financial aid forms, can be found at www.collegegoalsundayct.org. Students and parents interested in attending should register at www.collegegoalsundayct.org/student-registration. Directions to the University of Hartford and a campus map can be found at www.hartford.edu/visitingcampus/campus_maps.aspx.
College Goal SundaySM is funded and sponsored by Lumina Foundation for Education, the CT Association of Professional Financial Aid Administrators (CAPFAA), the CT Association of Educational Opportunity Programs (CAEOP), and the YMCAs of Connecticut.
Chartered in 1957 with the mission to be a “private university with a public purpose,” the University of Hartford offers undergraduate, graduate and professional programs in the arts, humanities, business, engineering and technology, education and the health professions. The University’s student body of nearly 7,200 represents 48 states and more than 60 countries.