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It’s FAFSA Time!

A new college semester started not too long ago, but it’s already time to start thinking ahead to next year! Whether you or a family member will be attending college for the first time or returning for another year, it’s important to understand your options and start planning early.  

The FAFSA opened on October 1st, so now is a good time to start considering all your payment options for the upcoming year. 

Our financial education center offers interactive education to help you learn more about: 

  • The many different ways to pay for college expenses 
  • How to prepare for unexpected costs 
  • The student aid options available to you 

Contact your Allegiance Banker today to discuss the options that are best for you and your family.  

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