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In order to qualify for federal aid to help you pay for your education, there are various financial aid requirements that will determine whether or not you can receive federal funding. In recent news, the US Department of Education has been discussing the changing of financial aid regulations in the federal sector. According to statements the department has made recently, these changes should be in effect by July 2011. The alteration of financial aid regulations are intended to protect both taxpayers and students borrowing money. These changes are also targeted at stopping universities from misleading students with financial aid information… Read more here!
There are various factors taken into account to determine if you may receive financial aid. Making sure you have fulfilled the financial aid requirements will ensure that you are eligible for the amount of financial aid you need. Here are a few financial aid requirements to consider: Must be a US citizen or eligible non-citizen Must demonstrate financial aid need Have a high school diploma, GED (General Education Development) certificate or pass a US Department of Education approved test, etc. Must sign an educational statement (the FAFSA, for example) Must have a Social Security number that is legitimate Must maintain… Read more here!