NASFAA Publishes Tip Sheets for Refugee and Asylee Students

By Megan Walter, NASFAA Policy & Federal Relations Staff

NASFAA on Wednesday published two new tip sheets — one directed toward refugee or asylee students who may have questions about how to receive federal financial aid, and another for financial aid administrators working with this population to address the complicated situations that can arise.

It is NASFAA's hope that these tip sheets will help these students to overcome challenges to be able to successfully navigate the financial aid process and access higher education, as well as be valuable resources for higher education advocates that support this population of students, including high school guidance counselors, college and university admissions staff, community organizations, and more.

NASFAA has previously published tip sheets to assist financial aid administrators working with other unique student populations, including:


Publication Date: 4/11/2018

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