"As families finalize college decisions and line up financing for 2023-2024, some might want to start thinking about the following academic year because aid may be tougher to get," USA Today reports.
..."Who are the winners?
Most everyone else, especially low-income families.
'The formula overall has been more generous,' said Jill Desjean, senior policy analyst at the nonprofit National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators. 'More people will see more eligibility.'"
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Publication Date: 4/30/2023