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2024-2025 FAFSA update
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Massachusetts New Financial Aid Expansion Programs
The MassGrant Plus program has now expanded eligibility to low- and middle-income students based on FAFSA data. This program aims to ensure instructional costs are covered with need-based grant aid for Massachusetts residents. Both full- and part-time Pell eligible students may be awarded. Full-time non-Pell eligible students up to a maximum expected family contribution (EFC) of $15,000 will also be considered. There is no additional application if you have completed your 2023-2024 FAFSA. Your award will be calculated after the add/drop period each term.
Undocumented Massachusetts residents that have completed at least three years at a Massachusetts high school may now be eligible to receive Massachusetts state need-based aid programs. The MASFA form is now available for students that are unable to submit a FAFSA due to their citizenship status.
For more information: Tuition Equity/ Massachusetts Department of Higher Education
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