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We know that there have been significant challenges with the FAFSA rollout this year and many institutions are struggling to keep up. But for many students, especially deaf students, FAFSA can make or break their college aspirations. April 8-15 is FAFSA Week of Action! Below are resources to help potential and prospective students understand how to navigate the new system. Know any deaf students interested in attending your institution? Share the information below!

Do you know a student who dreams of pursuing higher education? Now is the time for high school seniors and returning college students to submit their 2024-25 Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA®) form, an application that students and families need to complete to apply for federal student aid, such as federal grants, work-study funds, and loans.

 

The revamped FAFSA form – also known as “Better FAFSA” – takes many students less than 20 minutes to complete and can unlock up to $7,395 in federal aid that does not need to be repaid to help cover the cost of college.

 

Share this link with students and have them submit the Better FAFSA form.

 

Have questions along the way? These resources can help:

  1. Video: What is FAFSA?
  2. FAFSA Checklist & Timeline for Students & Families
  3. Pro Tips for the 2024-2025 FAFSA Form
  4. FAFSA "How To" Videos
  5. FAFSA Bootcamp Webinar Recording

For more information about the FAFSA process, check out StudentAid.gov here. Users can click “Español” at the top right side of the page, or choose Spanish as their preferred language if they have a StudentAid.gov account.

You can also find additional resources on the U.S. Department of Education’s website here.


   
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