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29 high schools make Governor Scott’s FAFSA challenge goal
Statewide goal set at 65 percent completion to maximize financial aid
WINOOSKI (May 23, 2018) – Twenty-nine high schools in Vermont have met Governor Phil Scott’s challenge of having 65 percent or more of their seniors file a FAFSA, the Free Application for Federal Student Aid.
Leland & Gray wins FAFSA Completion Challenge
Senior class will receive $1,000 from VSAC for graduation activity
WINOOSKI (May 23, 2017) – The senior class at Leland & Gray Union Middle & High School will have some extra cash to celebrate their high school graduation this year.
That’s because 78 percent of them completed a FAFSA, or Free...
McClure Foundation grant supports education access for Franklin County students
Innovative program encourages local students to continue education after high school
WINOOSKI (May 21, 2018) – Vermont Student Assistance Corp. will receive a $20,000 grant from the J. Warren and Lois McClure Foundation to continue its successful initiative in Franklin County to increase student participation in...
VSAC to open college savings accounts for babies born on ‘529 Day’
Every baby born at a VT hospital May 29 to receive a $100 VHEIP account
WINOOSKI (May 1, 2018) – Lucky babies born May 29 in Vermont will receive $100 deposit into a Vermont 529 college savings account opened by the Vermont Student Assistance Corp.
Plus, one lucky Vermonter – baby or not – will be...
Statement from Scott Giles, president, and CEO of Vermont Student Assistance Corp., on the passing of Governor Phil Hoff
All of us at VSAC mourn the passing of Governor Phil Hoff, whose leadership made higher education a life-changing opportunity for Vermonters. He believed every Vermonter had a right to pursue their educational dreams wherever it...
VSAC asks ‘what are you doing after high school?’
Free planning events guide families through college and career pathway decisions
WINOOSKI (March 8, 2018)— High school sophomores, juniors, seniors and their families who are thinking about what comes after high school graduation should attend College & Career Pathways, the free, half-day conferences hosted by...