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Items to Bring to the Event

  • Yourself, if possible, your parent or guardian
  • Most recent completed federal tax return (yours and your parents'/guardians'.)
  • Current value of assets, including cash, checking, savings, investments, and value of business/farm
  • Social Security numbers of student and parent(s)/guardian(s)
  • Driver's license
  • Alien registeration card (if you are not a U.S. citizen)

GEAR UP Events

College Application Week (CAW) offers students dedicated time and space to complete college applications with the assistance of school staff and volunteers. Schools and community based organizations host CAW events during November.

Following the same model as College Application Week, College Cash Campaign focuses on assisting students with the necessary steps to apply for all forms of financial aid. Schools and organizations offer students help with completing their FAFSA and applying for scholarships.

May 1st is widely recognized as the National Candidates’ Reply Date, a common day by which high school seniors inform colleges that they intend to accept their offer of admission. Oregon hosts a statewide Decision Day, during which schools celebrate their students’ plans for postsecondary education and training

Register your site for statewide events and help Oregon Go To College http://oregongoestocollege.org/events/register.


OSAC provides information on the OSAC scholarship application and advice on planning for college, paying for college, managing debt, and receiving financial aid.


This U.S. Department of Education site is home to the online FAFSA form. Fill out the FAFSA, sign up for your FSA ID, search for school codes, and receive information about aid programs.

Federal Student Aid

Federal Student Aid, a part of the U.S. Department of Education, is the largest provider of student financial aid in the nation.