FAFSA forms delayed, here’s how it could impact students

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College Inside Track was featured on KARE 11 TV discussing the announcement that student FAFSA information will not be sent to colleges until mid-March. In the KARE 11 interview, CIT’s Chris Wills explained the Department of Education decided to fix an error in its system, which he says is good for students and families because it could mean more money for college.

Chris Wills from College Inside Track on KARE 11“The downside of that is they need time to fix that error and so that’s going to push this entire process later,” Wills said.

Wills encouraged families to stay patient as colleges won’t be able to provide financial aid awards until FAFSA data is received from the Department of Education.