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Each year, about 15 million students apply for grants, work-study, and loans for college using the Free Application for Federal Student Aid – the FAFSA. By completing it, students apply to the U.S. Department of Education, the largest source of student aid in America. In many cases, the FAFSA is the only application needed for students to obtain aid from their state or college, too.
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You may be eligible for funding of up to $5000 per year while you are in college or a vocational or technical training program!
You may qualify if:
1 You are 18, 19 or 20 years old.
2 You are in foster care or you were in foster care as a teenager and you are a US citizen or qualified non-citizen
3 You aged out of the foster care system at age 18 or were adopted from foster care with adoption finalization after your 16th birthday.
4 You have been accepted into or are enrolled in a degree, certificate or other program at a college, university, technical or vocational school and you show progress towards that degree or certificate.