Financial Aid FAFSA Workshops
Virtual FAFSA Workshops
The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) form needs to be completed every academic year. Massasoit Community College in collaboration with Massachusetts Education & Career Opportunities Inc. (MassEdCO), Brockton Center, offer free virtual FAFSA completion workshops. Workshops are held on Tuesday mornings and afternoons via Zoom. Workshops will be held in small groups of five and will be for an hour. Space is limited and by appointment only.
Please complete this form to reserve your virtual seat to an upcoming workshop.
To maximize the amount of financial aid that you could receive please make sure to meet the institutional and state priority deadlines. Students are still strongly encouraged to complete a FAFSA even after the priority date. The amount of available state and institutional financial aid may be limited, but you can still qualify for federal student aid.
Massasoit Community College priority deadlines
- Academic Year 2022-2023*
- Fall 2022 semester priority deadline is July 1, 2022
- Spring 2023 semester priority deadline is November 15, 2022
*Deadline for most Massachusetts State financial aid programs is May 1st so we urge you to complete your FAFSA early to maximize your financial aid eligibility as much as possible!
- Academic Year 2021-2022
- Fall 2022 semester priority deadline is July 1, 2021
- Spring 2023 semester priority deadline is November 15, 2021
About Massachusetts Education & Career Opportunities Inc. – MassEdCO.
- MassEdCO is the Commonwealth’s largest provider of community-based education and career readiness services for low-income, first generation, underrepresented and marginalized youth and adults in Massachusetts, serving some 12,000 individuals each year.
- MassEdCO Mission:
To provide education and career readiness services that empower low-income, first generation, underrepresented and marginalized students and adults to achieve their full potential.
- MassEdCO Vision:
To bridge the equity gap in postsecondary education attainment for low-income, first generation, underrepresented and marginalized youth and adults in Massachusetts.