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FAFSA completions largely stalled in June, fueling enrollment concerns


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High school seniors’ FAFSA completion stagnated in June, raising concerns about fall enrollment. As of June 28, 46% of the class of 2024, or 1.9 million students, submitted the form, down from 53.2% last year. FAFSA submissions surged from mid-April to mid-May, then stalled. FAFSA completions declined in every state year over year. Increased support services could help students finish the FAFSA over the summer. The U.S. Department of Education announced FAFSA support strategies and a $50 million investment to boost completion rates. The new FAFSA faced technical glitches and tax errors, causing concern for the upcoming cycle. The American Council on Education

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