02/05/2024 2:33 pm
The financial aid journey for students like you – those looking to enroll in college in Fall 2024 – has been one of the most unusual in recent memory. Changes to the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) process have introduced considerable delays and technical glitches.
Earlier this week, we learned of new delays. The U.S. Department of Education announced they are delaying the release of FAFSA information to schools until mid-March. This additional delay is due to necessary updates to the FAFSA formula that will recognize important inflationary adjustments needed for FAFSA applicant financial data. The correction will result in more students getting aid, but it will take time to fix the Student Aid Index (SAI) formula. The Department of Education is committed to ensuring students and their families receive all the aid they are entitled to receive.
The Office of Student Administrative Services at Rockford University will work on getting financial aid offers to families as quickly as possible once FAFSA information is made available to schools.
What does this mean for you?
What are some steps you can take in the meantime?
Rockford University understands that the cost of education is a significant consideration for students and their families. We know this delay is frustrating in your decision-making process. If you have any questions please contact your admission counselor.
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