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The New FAFSA – What You Need to Know

Join NEA for a webinar on the newest changes to FAFSA.
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Published: February 2024

Event Overview

Dates and Times

  • Tuesday, February 27, 2024
    7:00 PM (EST)




  • Zoom information will be sent upon registration


  • College Affordability

Make sure you're up to speed on the new FAFSA

In 2021, Congress passed the FAFSA Simplification Act to streamline and improve the once lengthy FAFSA process.  After three years of development, the U.S. Department of Education in January 2024 unveiled the new FAFSA form for the upcoming 2024-2025 Academic Award Year. 

Join us on February 27 @ 7:00pm (EDT) to learn about what improvements have been made to the FAFSA, upcoming deadlines for submitting the form, and how it can help you and other families access financial assistance for higher education. 

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