Press Release/Statement | July 26, 2010

New Study Shows Post-FAFSA Paperwork Keeps Students from Getting Financial Aid

A new report by The Institute for College Access & Success examines how the complicated process after students submit their federal financial aid application can keep them from getting grants they would otherwise qualify for. The report also notes that the U.S. Department of Education’s pending draft regulations, which are intended to streamline the “verification” process for the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), could actually increase paperwork burdens on some of the neediest students and the colleges that serve them.

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