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Every year, billions of dollars are left in unclaimed federal aid funds. This means that thousands of eligible students aren't filling out and submitting the Free Application for Federal Student Aid, or FAFSA. It may seem intimidating, but the FAFSA is the best way to reduce the ever-rising costs of going to college. This Coach session will explain what the FAFSA does, how it grants you access to federal aid, and what the impact of federal aid could be for you. To begin the Coach session, click "Start Here," then just follow along.

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