Dealing with Unique Student Situations During FAFSA Completion

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There are many questions to answer on the FAFSA Application. Applicants who find themselves in unique situations may find themselves dealing with the added difficulty of finding the best way to answer some of those questions. Wards of the court or foster youth, in particular, may not have a clear-cut answer to certain questions about such topics as childcare, child support and status as a ward of the court or foster care.

To assist students in those situations, we have provided some guidance on answering those questions while completing their application. Find out more by reading “Students in Unique Situations: Tips for Completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid.”

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