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Actived: Monday Feb 22, 2021
NASFAA | Informing Low-Income Students of Free Tuition
Informing Low-Income Students of Free Tuition Eligibility Can Boost Enrollment at Selective Schools. By Joelle Fredman, NASFAA Staff Reporter. Making high-performing, low-income high school students aware that they are eligible for four years of free tuition at selective universities through targeted mailings can more than double their application and enrollment rates, according to a new
State & Regional College Tuition Discounts
Many states have programs that allow residents to attend university in another state, without having to pay out-of-state tuition. Check with your state, or with universities that you're interested in, about available tuition exchange or reciprocity programs, and ask about how to sign up.The FAFSA is not required for these programs, generally.
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The content of this document includes the Compiled Title IV Regulations in effect beginning with the 2020-21 award year. Revisions to Subparts A and B become effective on July 1, 2021, but may be implemented at the school's discretion as early as August 14, 2020, are shown in red (added text) or strikeout (like this for deleted text).View the Compiled Title IV Regulations Table of Contents.