New Grade-By-Grade Checklists

By StepUp Utah Scholars Program Manager, Erika Norton – Posted on September 28th, 2017 Here at StepUp Utah our main goal is to help students achieve their big dreams. Do you want to be a video game designer or a doctor? A college degree will help you achieve your goals. We can help you get

What You Need to Complete the 2018-19 FAFSA

The 2018-19 FAFSA (FAFSA = Free Application for Federal Student Aid – the one and only application you fill out to apply for federal financial aid like grants, work-study, and student loans) will be available for high school seniors and college students all over the country starting on October 1st. Here’s a list of the

Planning Ahead for College Costs: Estimate Financial Aid with the FAFSA4caster

The FAFSA4caster is a free financial aid calculator offered by the Department of Education and Federal Student Aid that gives you an early estimate of your eligibility for federal student aid. This information helps families plan ahead for college costs before the senior year of high school when students and parents complete and submit the FAFSA (Free Application

Paying for College: What Utah’s Undocumented Students Need to Know

By Katie Wornek – StepUp Outreach Officer and Paying For College Expert – Posted on September 22nd, 2017 The nature of America’s immigration laws and practices is very uncertain right now. This can leave many students and families feeling confused and nervous, especially when it comes to planning for college. If you need answers and guidance

Title IV + More Podcast: Episode 3 Transcript

This is the transcript forEpisode 3 (September 14-21, 2017) of the “Title IV + More Podcast for Utah Counselors and Educators” from Katie Wornek, Jacob Newman, and Bryan Lee at StepUp to Higher Education Utah. To listen to this episode or any other episodes of the podcast, please visit this link. Please be advised that the FAFSA

Be Scholarship Savvy: Stay Organized!

By Katie Wornek, Outreach Officer and Financial Aid Expert – July 1, 2017 Benjamin Franklin once said, “For every minute spent organizing, an hour is earned.” When it comes to scholarship applications, staying organized will definitely save you time, but it can also earn you money! Remember that scholarships are not just for high school

Title IV + More Podcast: Episode 2 Transcript

This is the transcript for Episode 2 of the “Title IV + More Podcast for Utah Counselors and Educators” from Katie Wornek, Jacob Newman, and Bryan Lee at StepUp to Higher Education Utah. To listen to this episode or any other episodes of the podcast, please visit this link. Please be advised that the FAFSA and federal