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Crowder EOC Workshops for Early FAFSA Applications

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The Crowder College Educational Opportunity Center (EOC) will be offeringFinancial Aid workshops to assist in completing a FAFSA (Free Application Federal Student Aid) earlier. New regulations allow FAFSA submission starting October 1 for the 2017-18academic year. Applicants will use their 2015 Income Tax Return when filing.

The workshops will take place October 3 – November 3, at various locations throughout the area.

The FAFSA workshops are designed to assist anyone planning to attend college or technical school. High School seniors and parents, adults planning to enter college or technical training or return to college, and those individuals who are nearing completion of the GED/HSE are encouraged to attend. 

The Educational Opportunity Center is a federally funded program serving anyone age 19 orolder who would like to attend a college or technical school. EOC provides support through theapplication process, informational workshops, career assessment and more. 

For more information or to schedule an appointment with EOC call: 417-455-5475 or toll free: 866-822-1362. You may also check out the social media links:Facebook, Twitter

Workshop dates and times are listed below.

For more information please contact the Crowder College Educational Opportunity Center at 
417-455-5475 or 866-822-1362.


Workshop Date/Time                       Location
Monday, October 3, 5-6:30pm           Diamond High School
Tuesday, October 4, 5-6:30pm           Southwest R5 (Washburn)
Thursday, Oct. 6, 6:30-8pm                Carthage High School
Sunday, Oct. 9, 1-3pm                        East Newton High School
Tuesday, Oct. 11, 10-11am                 Neosho – Jefferson Street Campus
Tuesday, Oct. 11, 5-6:30pm                Neosho High School
Thursday, Oct. 13, 1-3:30pm              Carl Junction (appointment only)
Tuesday, Oct 18, 5-6:30pm                 Seneca High School
Thursday, Oct 20, 5-7pm                    Marionville High School
Monday, Oct. 24, 5-6:30pm                Jasper High School
Thursday, Nov. 3, 5-6:30pm                McDonald County High School

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