The FAFSA is the Free Application for Federal Student Aid. It determines a student’s eligibility for federal financial aid (federal grants and student loans), and it helps other organizations, such as state governments and private foundations, to determine your eligibility for their financial aid programs.
Research shows that students who complete the FAFSA are much more likely to apply and attend a post-secondary institution. The South Dakota Board of Regents works with South Dakota school districts to help encourage and track the number of students applying for federal aid.
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