Beginning in the 2017-18 academic year, the FAFSA will become available in October rather than January. In addition, families will be asked to report income from two years prior ("prior-prior year"); that is, they will draw on their 2015 tax information. Join us at the College Board Forum to hear about the benefits, opportunities, issues, and implications associated with these changes.
First-time, domestic college applicants who have used an SAT fee waiver are now eligible to receive up to eight PROFILE fee waivers.Students who did not use an SAT fee waiver may still qualify for a PROFILE fee waiver based on their income level.
Every senior who uses an SAT fee waiver will receive four college application fee waivers from the College Board. These waivers will be delivered directly to students via their College Board online accounts and do not require counselor verification. And for the first time ever, students who use SAT fee waivers are automatically eligible for PROFILE fee waivers.