FAFSA Myths: Common Myths Debunked by FAFSA Queen Bryana Blanco
What you’ll learn
- The types of financial aid the FAFSA could qualify you for
- When to file the FAFSA
- How often to file the FAFSA
Bryana is studying to become a nurse and loves her job as a Residential Advisor. She is a 2016 Bridging the Dream Scholarship winner.
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You must apply for a new loan each school year. This approval percentage is based on students with a Sallie Mae undergraduate loan in the 2017/18 school year who were approved when they returned in 2018/19. It does not include the denied applications of students who were ultimately approved in 2018/19.