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FAFSA and financial aid help for all Texas students

Get free help completing your FAFSA

College Possible, TxCAN and uAspire are partnering up to offer free FAFSA completion help to ALL Texas residents — you don’t have to be a College Possible student! A trained advisor can help you submit, correct, or troubleshoot your FAFSA application at no cost to you.

Schedule a virtual meeting

If you would like to connect with an advisor by text or email, please complete this short form and an advisor will contact you.

FAFSA webinars

We held our first FAFSA webinar on Wednesday, June 12th. If you couldn’t make it, see it on demand below:

We are hosting two additional webinars on July 8th and August 8th, a great opportunity to get your questions answered by our experts.

July 8, 3:30-4:30 PM

August 8 12:00-1:00 PM

Prefer to receive help in person? 

Mark your calendars! We’re hosting six in-person FAFSA completion workshops in the Austin metro. At these workshops you will

  • Learn how to complete the FAFSA to maximize your financial aid
  • Receive expert guidance on the application process
  • Troubleshoot challenges to submit the FAFSA on time!

Join us at either location:

  • Downtown Capital One Cafe: 106 E 6th St Suite 100, Austin, TX 78701
  • The Domain Capital One Cafe: 11801 Domain Blvd Suite 160, Austin, TX 78758


  • Saturday, June 22nd
  • Saturday, July 20th
  • Saturday, August 17th

Time: 10:00 AM – 1:00 PM

Still have questions? 

We have a variety of additional resources from our partners:

  1. TxCAN/uAspire Site for Students & Families
  2. uAspire Financial Aid Resource List – TxCAN
  3. Department of Education Federal Student Aid YouTube FAFSA webinars and resources
  4. College Possible 2024-2025 FAFSA walkthrough (a step by step guide to the FAFSA with additional video links and screenshots)
  5. 2024-2025 FAFSA Cheat Sheet
  6. FSA ID Login Reminder Sheet
  7. Appeals Letter Guide

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