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 +**Important News June 2019**
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 +Heads up folks, you can now fill out your FAFSA for the 2019-2020 school year. It’s available on the official FAFSA site as well as on the mystudentaid app. If you’re looking at the website be sure that the url ends in .gov! Some additional good news: the maximum Pell Grant Award for the 2019-2020 academic year has gone up to $6195. Remember, the earlier you submit your FAFSA for the upcoming year, the better your chances are of receiving a larger award. Some awards are first come, first served and when the money runs out, that’s it.  So don’t procrastinate, get that for filled out and submitted, it’s easier than you think!
**What If Your FAFSA Package Is Not Enough?** **What If Your FAFSA Package Is Not Enough?**
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