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During NASFAA’s National Conference in San Diego, attendees were able to attend three open forums — two on FAFSA simplification and one on public policy. Across those sessions, NASFAA members raised a number of questions and concerns related to FAFSA simplification, the future of the profession, administrative burden, and more. Read on for a summary of what was discussed.
Yes, but simply changing the answer to the number in college question won’t work. The FAFSA Simplification Act contained significant changes to the Federal Methodology (FM) formula for determining Title IV federal student aid eligibility through the FAFSA. One of the changes is the removal of taking into account the number of the applicant’s family members who are enrolled in college. View the full answer to this question to learn more.