2015 Year in Review: NASFAA's 10 Most Read AskRegs Knowledgebase Q&As

In 2015, the top 10 most-read AskRegs Q&As covered a range of topics including eligibility, dependency status, disbursements and verification. See the full list below and explore the AskRegs Knowledgebase for clarity on other financial aid topics, too.

  1. Can a Student Receive the Entire Annual Loan Limit in a Single Term?
  2. Can a Married Parent File Taxes as Head of Household?
  3. How Do We Resolve Student Name Discrepancies?
  4. Can We Accept Mailed Photocopies of Citizenship and Immigration Documents for Citizenship Status?
  5. Is Documenting the Age of the Children for Whom Child Support Was Paid a New Verification Requirement for 2015-16?
  6. How Should a School Determine Eligibility for Direct Subsidized and Unsubsidized Loans When a Student's Budget is Unequal Among Terms?
  7. Can Two Unmarried Students with a Child Living Together Both Be Independent?
  8. How Do We Complete Verification for an Undocumented Individual Who Did Not But Is Required to File a Tax Return?
  9. Should Both of the Student's Parents Be Reported on the FAFSA If They Are Not Married but Living Together?
  10. Can a Student Receive Aid to Cover a 3-Credit Course If He Only Needs 1 Credit to Graduate?


Publication Date: 12/18/2015

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