NASFAA Comments on Second 2024-25 Draft FAFSA October 16, 2023-On Monday, NASFAA submitted comments to the Department of Education (ED) on the second draft of the 2024-25 draft paper FAFSA, Incarcerated Applicant Form, and FAFSA Submission Summary.
NASFAA Comments on 2024-25 Draft FAFSA May 24, 2023-NASFAA commended ED on its efforts, but noted a preview of the online experience is critical. NASFAA made language recommendations and pointed out omissions and errors in the instructions that could lead applicants to complete it incorrectly.
NASFAA Comments on 2023-24 FAFSA June 30, 2022-NASFAA submitted comments on the Department of Education’s (ED) draft 2023-24 FAFSA, where NASFAA noted ED’s failure to provide a draft Incarcerated Applicant Form as part of the solicitation for public comment.
NASFAA Submits Comments on 2023-24 FAFSA April 26, 2022-NASFAA submitted comments to ED on its proposed 2023-24 FAFSA, which is largely unchanged from the 2022-23 FAFSA aside from the removal of questions related to Selective Service Registration and prior drug convictions.
NASFAA Submits Comments on Draft 20-21 FAFSA Round 2 August 2, 2019-NASFAA submitted comments on the second draft of the 20-21 FAFSA, and urged ED to make changes to the way questions 35 and 82 are posed, and suggested improvements to the question regarding untaxed income.
NASFAA Submits Comments on Draft 2020-21 FAFSA June 4, 2019-NASFAA proposed that an additional question be added to the FAFSA in order to maintain eligibility for Simplified Needs Test (SNT) and automatic zero EFC for certain applicants who are affected by the 2018 tax form changes.
Final 2017-18 Draft FAFSA Comments May 27, 2016-
May 26, 2016
To Whom It May Concern:
On behalf of the more than 3,000 member institutions of the National Association of Student
Financial Aid Administrators (NASFAA), I am writing to offer our comments on the draft 2017-
18 Free Appl...
NASFAA Urges IRS-DRT Enhancements in 2016-17 Draft FAFSA Comments October 14, 2015-Yesterday, NASFAA submitted comments to the Department of Education suggesting ways to improve the FAFSA filing process for the 2016-17 award year. The comments focus specifically on ways to enhance the Internal Revenue Service Data Retrieval Tool (I...
NASFAA Comments on the 2013-14 Draft FAFSA October 15, 2012-In comments submitted to the Department of Education, NASFAA encourages the Department to institute a similar comment process and time-frame for the FAFSA on the Web (FOTW) and highlights challenges the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT...