Singleton Hosting Upcoming FAFSA Workshops to Help Bordentown Families with Application

BURLINGTON COUNTY, NJ — Are you a parent or guardian of a Bordentown Regional High School student who needs help with the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) process? Two events can help answer your questions.

State Senator Troy Singleton, who represents Bordentown in the Legislature, is partnering with the Higher Education Student Assistance Authority (HESAA) to host two upcoming FAFSA Workshops on Monday, April 29 and Monday, May 13 from 5:30PM to 8:30PM. Both events will take place at the Burlington County Library, located at 5 Pioneer Boulevard in Westampton.

“I am excited to assist students and their families here in Burlington County with the completion of their FAFSA applications,” said Singleton. “It is our intention, that by bringing HESAA directly to our local communities, we will help make the process easier and less intimidating to families who are not familiar with the form.”

Parents, guardians and high school students are invited to attend the workshop, which will provide an overview of the importance of completing the FAFSA application and address the questions of “Who? Why? And how?”

The discussion will be followed by an interactive support session in which HESAA staff will assist parents/guardians with their FAFSA completion. 

The workshop will have limited computers available to help with the FAFSA completion, but parents and guardians are encouraged to bring their laptops or tablets with them to the event. The workshops are expected to last for about 3 hours. 

Registration is required to attend the workshop. To RSVP, CLICK HERE.

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