Financial Aid (FAFSA) Workshops

FAFSA Workshops

Need money for school? Need help completing the FAFSA? No worries! The Reynolds Financial Aid Office is here to help! If you need any financial aid questions or concerns answered please drop in during our regular office hours. 

Dates for FAFSA Workshops (Spring 2024)

The Reynolds Financial Aid Office will be hosting eight FAFSA workshops during the Spring 2024 semester for those who would like help completing the FAFSA. These events are all open to the public. All students and/or parents must have successfully created an FSA ID on at least 48 hours prior to attempting to complete the FAFSA.

*Pre-registration is preferred for all in-person FAFSA Workshops. For in-person workshops, the first 50 registrants who also participate may receive a $50 Reynolds' Bookstore Gift Card. There will also be a limited number of boxed meals for families participating.

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ECMC is a free resource for Reynolds students and offers courses devoted to financial wellness topics (and more).

1 st time users can go to:

Returning users can go to:

Once logged in, select "courses" on the top bar and select from the 14 available options. Topics include: Identity Theft, Managing Credit, Workplace Transition, and Parenting While in College. Choose courses that interest you!

Student Loan Pause Ends September 1, 2023.

The Office of Financial Aid at Reynolds wants to remind all student and parent borrowers who may still owe on a federal student loan that the payment pause that was enacted due to the COVID-19 pandemic will be coming to an end. Student loan interest will resume starting on September 1, 2023. Payments will be due starting in October.

  • Unsubsidized loans will begin accruing interest, even if students are enrolled at least half-time (6 credit hours) at Reynolds.
  • Students currently enrolled at least half-time (6 credit hours) can have their loans deferred while attending school.
  • Current and former students and parents with questions regarding their payments should reach out to their loan servicer for additional information and specifically inquire about income-based repayment opportunities and potential eligibility for the Public Service Loan Forgiveness program.

Federal student loan payments, interest and collections were suspended in March 2020 as part of the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act. 

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