Quiz

   
  Are you discouraged because you think the possibility of receiving a scholarship is too slim to even waste your time applying? How much money do you think the University of Alaska gives away each year in scholarships?  
  1 Definitely over $6 million.  
  2 Definitely under $6 million.  
  3 Maybe a few hundred thousand dollars?  
  4 The University of Alaska offers scholarships?  
   
  Many students have jobs in college. Working helps you earn money and can give you great experience. If you are interested in working as a student, then check out the jobs open to students at your campus. You can work and attend classes all in the same place. Student jobs are available in many different career fields, so you can also get experience towards your degree. What kind of student job is considered financial aid?  
  1 When you sign up for a work study program.  
  2 When you work in exchange for room and board or free tuition.  
  3 When you employer awards you with a scholarship or grant.  
  4 None, student jobs are not considered financial aid.  
   
  You have heard the slogan around campus “get out of line and go online”, but which of the following things CAN you complete on the web?  
  1 Check your financial aid award status  
  2 Fill out the FAFSA  
  3 Check the balance and make payments on student loans.  
  4 All of the above.  
   
  By now you have probably heard the word FAFSA a hundred times. FAFSA stands for Free Application for Federal Student Aid. You know that in order to qualify for financial aid you have to fill it out, but do you know how easy it really is? Once you have your paperwork handy, how long do you plan on spending filling out the FAFSA?  
  1 A week for sure. I saw the application and it looks intimidating!  
  2 Maybe if I had some help I could finish it in a day or two.  
  3 You mean I actually have to read the form?  
  4 Less than thirty minutes…I am going for a world record!  
   
  The Super Bowl is a time where friends and family get together to bond over junk food and favorite sports teams. But this year, when everyone is thinking about football, you could be planning for college! Do you know what College Goal Sunday is all about?  
  1 College football tryouts.  
  2 College students reenacting their favorite Super Bowl Sunday Games.  
  3 A day that financial aid professionals from across the state gather to help students complete the FAFSA.  
  4 A statewide college Super Bowl party!  
     
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