Student Aid Report


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Student Aid Report

A document that the federal government sends to a post-secondary student notifying him/her of all federal financial aid for which he/she is eligible. Among other things, the student aid report states the expected family contribution for the student's education. It is sent after the student's FAFSA is processed by the CPS.
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the department wants comments on the Student Aid Report that it expects 10.4 million students to fill out in the 2007-08 school year.
According to the College Board's 2002 Trends in Student Aid report released in early Q4 (www.collegeboard.com), there may be some glimmers on the horizon for a return to a more balanced loan/ grant picture.
The process is broken down into these steps: (1) how to apply; (2) complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA); (3)contact other sources; (4) review the Student Aid Report; (5) review the award letters; and (6) identify additional sources of funds.

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