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111 Colleges Are Accused Of Violating Law By Requiring Student-Aid Forms

3 February 2014 70 views No Comment

“More than 100 colleges may be violating a federal law that bars institutions from requiring applicants for federal student aid to submit forms other than the Free Application for Federal Student Aid, according to an investigation by Congressional Democrats,” The Chronicle of Higher Education reports. NASFAA President Justin Draeger said, “If there is actually a practice where schools would not award federal aid, then those schools should be held accountable. More likely it’s needing to be more clear on the consumer-information pieces.”

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