Tags Office of Federal Student Aid
The Education Department is rolling out a mobile-friendly FAFSA
The agency's Office of Federal Student Aid has overhauled the FAFSA website to make it easier for mobile users. Next, it's rolling out a mobile app.
Education secretary urges SXSW EDU audience to ‘rethink higher education’
Betsy DeVos and a panel of entrepreneurs highlight need for more agile ways to meet students’ needs.
Trump's budget reaffirms Education Department's plans to modernize FAFSA
The Trump administration's proposal for fiscal 2019 commits to building a "nimble new system" for the Office of Federal Student Aid.
Some student loan refunds could soon come via plastic
The U.S. Department of Education is about to release its Request for Proposal for a pilot involving four colleges with up to 25,000 students each.
FSA head will lead new Office of Strategy and Transformation
The new office will be in charge of streamlining the federal student aid delivery process, the U.S. Department of Education said.
Mobile-friendly FAFSA expected in spring 2018
The mobile app will allow students to fill out and submit FAFSA forms from their phones — and toggle between devices as they choose.
DeVos: FAFSA mobile app, digital makeover coming soon
The secretary of Education announced the app, plus plans to modernize the federal student aid application process, at a conference in Orlando.
Education Department warns of extortion cyberthreat against schools
Hackers have targeted K-12 schools in at least three states in the last month alone.
FAFSA's data retrieval tool to come back online in time for 2018-19 application cycle
The Internal Revenue Service tool was shut down from March after identity thieves used it to steal tax refunds.