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Our 2014 FAFSA Nights and $2,000 in FAFSA Scholarships have been announced. Fill out your FAFSA. Win $500. It really is that simple... 
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Our Fall Financial Aid Nights have officially begun! We had over 100 students and parents in attendance last night at Carbon High School. Our next event is tonight at Duchesne High School from 6pm-8pm. Click on the link for details and directions!
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UHEAA/UEN/Planet Nutshell: Financial Aid Videos
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Thanks to Planet Nutshell and the Utah Education Network for working with us to make this amazing video on the Free Application for Federal Student Aid!
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Need money for college? The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is the key to obtaining federal financial aid to help you pay for college (grants, work-study, student loans). Come to any of UHEAA's FAFSA Nights going on throughout the entire state of Utah (February through March 2013) for free professional help filling out and submitting the Free Application for Federal Student Aid.

Before attending, please view the full list of materials you will need to bring with you to FAFSA Night at http://blog.uheaa.org/2013_FAFSA_Nights.

IMPORTANT: The FAFSA is used to calculate a student’s eligibility for federal financial aid using personal and family information like income and financial situation. In order to successfully fill out and submit a Free Application for Federal Student Aid, the student and his/her parent(s) must file and bring their 2012 federal tax return(s). If you (parents and/or students) are unable to file your 2012 federal tax return by the time of the FAFSA Night event, please bring estimated information so that you can submit the FAFSA and go back to amend the information later once your taxes have been filed. 

View a list of all 2013 FAFSA Nights at:

http://facebook.com/uheaa in the "Events" tab or at
http://blog.uheaa.org/events

$2,500 in FAFSA Night scholarships to be awarded:

Two $1,000 scholarships will be awarded to two lucky students who attend a UHEAA FAFSA Night, submit their Free Application for Federal Student Aid, and submit a UHEAA FAFSA Night scholarship application. FAFSA Night attendance is required. (Both high school and college students are eligible to enter.)

Get the $1,000 FAFSA Scholarship rules, details, and application in the "FAFSA Scholarship Tab" at http://on.fb.me/13A8YVm

$500 Scholarship: We're aware that many of you may not be able to make it out to an event, so we will also be awarding one $500 scholarship to a lucky student who submits their 2013-14 FAFSA and a UHEAA FAFSA Night scholarship application. No FAFSA Night event attendance required. (Both high school and college students are eligible to enter.)

Get the $500 FAFSA Scholarship rules, details, and application in the "FAFSA Scholarship Tab" at http://on.fb.me/13A8YVm 
Spanish Fork FAFSA Night
Tue, March 12, 2013, 6:00 PM MDT
Spanish Fork High School

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All of our 2013 FAFSA Nights have now been added to our Google+ calendar.If you or your child needs money for college, you need the FAFSA. The pros here at UHEAA are traveling around the entire state of Utah to help you complete it. All events are completely free and open to the public. See you there!
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CONTEST ALERT! We'll be awarding two grand prizes for this year's Fall Financial Aid Night attendees. Grand Prize = 13.3" MacBookAir and a $250 scholarship. So awesome! All you have to do to enter to win is attend one of the Fall Financial Aid Nights, complete a "scholarship golden ticket" while at your event, and write a short essay! You can find all the info including the scholarship application, a full events calendar, and full contest rules at the attached link! 
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Over the past few weeks we have been working with Nelnet to transfer a portfolio of student loans from Nelnet to UHEAA. We are sincerely sorry if this has caused any problems for our new customers. We are working to identify and help any customers affected by the transfer. If you have unresolved issues, please call us toll free at (877) 336-7378 and we will assist you in taking care of your account. 
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Matthew, we apologize for the inconvenience. This hasn’t been a common occurrence with the transfer. We take your concern seriously and we would like to discuss this with you.  Please DM your contact information and we will have a supervisor contact you directly to discuss your concerns. -UHEAA
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Need money for college? The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is the key to obtaining federal financial aid to help you pay for college (grants, work-study, student loans). Come to any of UHEAA's FAFSA Nights going on throughout the entire state of Utah (February through March 2013) for free professional help filling out and submitting the Free Application for Federal Student Aid.

Before attending, please view the full list of materials you will need to bring with you to FAFSA Night at http://blog.uheaa.org/2013_FAFSA_Nights.

IMPORTANT: The FAFSA is used to calculate a student’s eligibility for federal financial aid using personal and family information like income and financial situation. In order to successfully fill out and submit a Free Application for Federal Student Aid, the student and his/her parent(s) must file and bring their 2012 federal tax return(s). If you (parents and/or students) are unable to file your 2012 federal tax return by the time of the FAFSA Night event, please bring estimated information so that you can submit the FAFSA and go back to amend the information later once your taxes have been filed. 

View a list of all 2013 FAFSA Nights at:

http://facebook.com/uheaa in the "Events" tab or at
http://blog.uheaa.org/events

$2,500 in FAFSA Night scholarships to be awarded:

Two $1,000 scholarships will be awarded to two lucky students who attend a UHEAA FAFSA Night, submit their Free Application for Federal Student Aid, and submit a UHEAA FAFSA Night scholarship application. FAFSA Night attendance is required. (Both high school and college students are eligible to enter.)

Get the $1,000 FAFSA Scholarship rules, details, and application in the "FAFSA Scholarship Tab" at http://on.fb.me/13A8YVm

$500 Scholarship: We're aware that many of you may not be able to make it out to an event, so we will also be awarding one $500 scholarship to a lucky student who submits their 2013-14 FAFSA and a UHEAA FAFSA Night scholarship application. No FAFSA Night event attendance required. (Both high school and college students are eligible to enter.)

Get the $500 FAFSA Scholarship rules, details, and application in the "FAFSA Scholarship Tab" at http://on.fb.me/13A8YVm 
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Our Utah FAFSA Nights are in full swing this week. We'll be at Kearns, Granger, and Weber High Schools on Wednesday to help you or your child complete the FAFSA. And don't forget about the $2,500 in scholarships we'll be awarding to go along with the events! See all of the events and get scholarship details here: https://plus.google.com/u/0/b/102594443186839464389/events
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Need money for college? The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is the key to obtaining federal financial aid to help you pay for college (grants, work-study, student loans). Come to any of UHEAA's FAFSA Nights going on throughout the entire state of Utah (February through March 2013) for free professional help filling out and submitting the Free Application for Federal Student Aid.

Before attending, please view the full list of materials you will need to bring with you to FAFSA Night at http://blog.uheaa.org/2013_FAFSA_Nights.

IMPORTANT: The FAFSA is used to calculate a student’s eligibility for federal financial aid using personal and family information like income and financial situation. In order to successfully fill out and submit a Free Application for Federal Student Aid, the student and his/her parent(s) must file and bring their 2012 federal tax return(s). If you (parents and/or students) are unable to file your 2012 federal tax return by the time of the FAFSA Night event, please bring estimated information so that you can submit the FAFSA and go back to amend the information later once your taxes have been filed. 

View a list of all 2013 FAFSA Nights at:

http://facebook.com/uheaa in the "Events" tab or at
http://blog.uheaa.org/events

$2,500 in FAFSA Night scholarships to be awarded:

Two $1,000 scholarships will be awarded to two lucky students who attend a UHEAA FAFSA Night, submit their Free Application for Federal Student Aid, and submit a UHEAA FAFSA Night scholarship application. FAFSA Night attendance is required. (Both high school and college students are eligible to enter.)

Get the $1,000 FAFSA Scholarship rules, details, and application in the "FAFSA Scholarship Tab" at http://on.fb.me/13A8YVm

$500 Scholarship: We're aware that many of you may not be able to make it out to an event, so we will also be awarding one $500 scholarship to a lucky student who submits their 2013-14 FAFSA and a UHEAA FAFSA Night scholarship application. No FAFSA Night event attendance required. (Both high school and college students are eligible to enter.)

Get the $500 FAFSA Scholarship rules, details, and application in the "FAFSA Scholarship Tab" at http://on.fb.me/13A8YVm 
Delta FAFSA Completion Night
Tue, March 26, 2013, 8:00 PM
Millard County School District Office, 285 East 450 North, Delta, Utah

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We are The Utah Higher Education Assistance Authority, known across the state as UHEAA (You HEE Uh). We're all about helping Utahns understand the benefits of education beyond high school and helping them make their educational and career dreams a reality. Also a local student loan servicing agency, so let us know if you have any questions on your UHEAA student loans as well!

UHEAA/Cornerstone Mission & Vision Video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ajtRokeVtLk&feature=plcp 

We guide families through the financing of higher education. We teach students to save for education, pursue scholarships and grants, and borrow wisely. We provide conscientious, personal service to borrowers and promote responsible repayment. Student success in financing and completing their educational goals fulfills our mission.

UHEAA's Vision: Our vision is to provide the best student loan experience anywhere and to improve the quality of life for Utahns by removing financial barriers to higher education.

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Monday thru Thursday: 8 AM to 8 PM
Friday: 8 AM to 5 PM

We are ready and available to answer your questions via our social media channels Monday thru Friday from 8 AM to 5 PM (MT).

Any comments, concerns or questions submitted to UHEAA outside of the above mentioned social media and call center operating hours will be responded to as soon as possible.