Penn's Financial Aid Office Says Applicants Will Not Be Impacted by FAFSA Delay

"Penn students in the Class of 2028 will receive financial aid packages on time despite FAFSA delays, according to the University," The Daily Pennsylvania reports.

..."The National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators has denounced the delays in a Jan. 30 press release

'These continued delays, communicated at the last minute, threaten to harm the very students and families that federal student aid is intended to help,' NASFAA President Justin Draeger wrote. 

As of Jan. 30, more than 3.1 million people filled out FAFSA forms. At Penn, 44.6 percent of undergraduate students received grant-based financial aid for the 2021-2022 year."

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Publication Date: 2/4/2024

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