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The rollout of FAFSA simplification is slated to be one of Federal Student Aid’s (FSA) biggest priorities for the upcoming year that will have profound effects on student aid. In a new report published Monday, Phillip Levine, a nonresident fellow at the Brookings Institution’s Center on Children and Families, and Jill Desjean, NASFAA senior policy analyst, seek to highlight the impact that FAFSA simplification will have on financial aid eligibility for various students, and in turn, the price that they will pay for college.
Last week, all primary contacts should have received a NASFAA membership dues renewal invoice via email. If you are NASFAA's primary contact for your institution/organization and you did not receive your invoice, please contact Membership Services or call (202) 785-0453 Ext.1 or download your invoice from our website. Thank you for supporting NASFAA; your membership dues make up roughly 60% of our annual revenues, which makes it possible for NASFAA to press on in its advocacy and research efforts, meet your training needs, and support your office functions.
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