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FAFSA: A How-To Guide for High School Students (And the Adults Who Help Them)

The Center for New York City Affairs has published the teen-friendly FAFSA: A How-To Guide for High School Students (And the Adults Who Help Them) to answer the specific questions that many NYC students have about the FAFSA. The guide was written in partnership with experienced college guidance and financial aid professionals and is designed to be particularly relevant to hopeful first-generation college students and/or families who are newcomers to the country. Please contact Kim Nauer at with any questions or feedback.

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    Kim Nauer | Center For New York City Affairs
    Sandra Salmans | Center For New York City Affairs

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