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Financial Aid Info

GHS Guidance provides information to help you fund your education beyond high school in the GHS Planning Guide (English or Espanol).

Read the State of Connecticut's Office of Higher Education's Paying for College Publication.

The FAFSA is available October 1st this year to allow families to use their 2016 tax returns to apply for federal financial aid for their students in college. Here is a link to a video to help you complete the FAFSA.

College Goal Sunday is held in October each year. Financial Aid experts will be on hand to help families complete the FAFSA at Norwalk Community College and Western Connecticut State University. Further details.

To view a video of our Financial Aid Presentation delivered on 9/13/16 click here. To download the slides prepared by our speaker Morgan Kelly, Sacred Heart University's Director of Financial Assistance click here.

To view a video of our Financial Aid Presentation from 1/11/18 click here.

Edvisors Evaluating College Costs & Student Financial Aid Tip Sheet

Compare Net Price of colleges on your list using this template.

The Greenwich High School Student Loan Fund is a community organization that provides up to $5000 in interest free student loans for each year of undergraduate education. Payments are spaced over a standard ten year period. Download an application form here. Deadlines are June 15 for fall, and November 1 for spring.

The Greenwich Scholarship Association is a community organization that distributes a wide variety of locally funded scholarships. The applications are online, at greenwichscholarship.org. Seniors and their parents will be informed when the application is open.