FAFSA

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FAFSA

A form that a post-secondary student files with the federal government to determine eligibility for federal financial aid for school. The FAFSA outlines the student's (or his/her family's) assets and income and determines the amount he/she is expected to pay for education.
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Eastern Time) and "The New Look and Feel of FAFSA.gov (September 6, 2-3 p.m.
Most important of all, go to FAFSA.gov and fill out your free application for federal student aid (or FAFSA).
If a website asks you to pay to fill it out, you're not dealing with the official FAFSA site, fafsa.gov.
The FAFSA.gov (https://fafsa.ed.gov/) web site has an updated look with new colors and has been redesigned so that pages will fit the screen size and shape of any device, including desktop or laptop computers and mobile devices.
If the information is incorrect, it may be necessary to go back into fafsa.gov and make corrections to a processed FAFSA.
To protect sensitive taxpayer data, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) and the Department's Office of Federal Student Aid (FSA) announced the Data Retrieval Tool on FAFSA.gov and StudentLoans.gov will remain unavailable until additional security protections can be implemented.
The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) Data Retrieval Tool on FAFSA.gov and StudentLoans.gov is currently unavailable.