Indiana organization simplifies financial aid applications for students.

February 26, 2024
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– INvested organization hosted College Goal Sunday event to help students fill out FAFSA forms

– New FAFSA portal rollout delayed, shortening the time frame for completion

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An Indiana organization, INvested, recently hosted its annual “College Goal Sunday” event at 40 sites across the state to assist students in filling out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) form. Organizer Matt Krieg emphasized the importance of this form as the first step in the financial aid process. The government’s new FAFSA portal, originally planned to go live in the fall, was delayed until January, creating a sense of urgency for applicants.

The new FAFSA form has fewer questions, making the process quicker and easier for applicants. The type and amount of financial aid awarded are determined by a family’s income and assets. Students may also become eligible for scholarships by completing the FAFSA form, demonstrating their commitment to pursuing higher education.

INvested plans to hold additional FAFSA counseling sessions in the fall and offers assistance on their website for filling out the forms. Overall, the organization aims to help Hoosier college students navigate the financial aid application process and secure funding for their education.

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