How the Verification Waiver Is Helping Students and Aid Offices Breathe a Temporary Sigh of Relief

“Not extending these waivers for 2022-23 will have serious negative consequences for both students and schools. Low-income and vulnerable students have borne the brunt of this pandemic, and it shows in lower FAFSA completions and lower college enrollments,” NASFAA President Justin Draeger said in a statement. “Adding back this burdensome verification process - which results in very few actual changes to aid offers - will make the college going process that much more difficult.” Continue reading here.

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