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A new FAFSA setback means many college financial aid offers won’t come until April


Education : NPR

U.S. Department of Education announced a delay in sending FAFSA data to colleges and universities until March, causing difficulties for schools in determining financial aid offers. The delay is due to fixing a $1.8 billion mistake in the FAFSA, impacting low-income students. This setback puts pressure on colleges to quickly process aid offers, especially for under-resourced institutions. The delay may lead to students reconsidering college due to financial uncertainty….

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