"Changes made in federal financial aid policy five years ago are having a positive impact on the awarding of aid, according to a survey released today by the National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators," Inside Higher Ed reports.
..."According to the NASFAA survey, colleges are responding. Forty-four percent of institutions said they did or will send their first 2022–23 award year aid offers to first-time undergraduate students before February. By the end of February, 60 percent of institutions will have sent first-time undergraduates a financial aid offer.
NASFAA president and CEO Justin Draeger said, 'Knowing months sooner what to expect financially also levels the playing field for lower-income students who might otherwise be left scrambling to make decisions on college attendance at the last minute.'"
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Publication Date: 2/14/2022