Power of YOU Program
Starting June 26, we will begin to offer FAFSA Fridays in the Computer Lab that is set up in the West Entrance. We are limited to a max of 25 people in a space that includes staff and visitors. We would offer two sessions on Fridays, from 10am to 12pm and 1pm to 3pm.
POY staff is working remotely from home and are still accessible through email/phone.
The Power of YOU program makes the first two years at Saint Paul College tuition-free for eligible 2020 high school graduates. It covers the cost of tuition and fees for two years at Saint Paul College through state and federal grants and private scholarships. The Power of YOU supports as many students as possible based on student need and funds available for the program.
Take the ACCUPLACER Assessment
Accuplacer testing is currently suspended, but students are still able to apply for Power of YOU and submit their FAFSA. Testing is available at Saint Paul College Assessment Center on a walk-in basis, no appointment is necessary. It takes approximately 2 hours to complete these un-timed assessments in reading and math.
View more information on the required assessment.
Submit a FAFSA and complete the entire financial aid process
The 2020-2021 FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) is
FAFSA School Code: Saint Paul College 005533
Submitting a FAFSA is just the first step in completing the financial aid process, which may take several weeks. Submit your FAFSA early to make sure it is completed before the Saint Paul College Power of YOU application deadline.
Submit your high school transcript after graduation
Provide proof of high school diploma by submitting the final high school transcript after graduation. The high school transcript must have a printed graduation date listed. Request high school transcripts to be sent to Saint Paul College. If you have completed any college courses while in high school, request official transcripts from all secondary and post-secondary institutions to be sent to Saint Paul College.
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