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The Free Application for Federal Student Aid is a form completed by current and prospective college students in the United States to determine their eligibility for student financial aid. The FAFSA should not be confused with the CSS Profile, which is also required by some colleges. The CSS is a fee-based product of the College Board and is usually used by the colleges to distribute their own institutional funding rather than federal or state funding.


How will the FAFSA treat this custodial account?

Q. If a grandparent has a custodial account for a grandchild, does that affect financial aid? A. Yes, a custodial account will impact financial aid. The...

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U.S. Senate passes amendment on how you apply for federal student aid

The bill would eliminate paperwork for the 7.7 million federal student loan borrowers currently on...

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Senate approves bipartisan deal to fund minority-serving colleges, but its chances in the House...

Members of the Ways and Means Committee, whose support would be key to move the amended bill to the...

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HBCU funding focus of new bill backed by S.C. Senator Tim Scott

According to Senator Scott’s office, the fund would provide $255 million a year for HBCU and...

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Whitmer challenges schools to up FAFSA completion rates

In an effort to encourage increased Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) completion...

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Lima Senior High School offers FAFSA workshop

Filling out the FAFSA form can be a very challenging process. Throughout Wednesday(12/4/19) afternoon, students and their parents spent their time...

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Victoria Juarez: The FAFSA poses a challenge for students, families

Applying for college financial aid can be a maddening process, and nothing better illustrates the...

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Does an inherited IRA count on the FAFSA form for college financial aid?

Also, we have a variable annuity - non-retirement money - that we can’t touch until July 2021...

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