Thanks to the GI Bill, veterans receive free tuition at public universities, which supplies the most likely explanation as to why so many do not file a FAFSA. But campus-based student veterans can still suffer consequences of the coronavirus, as Veterans Education Success points out, and the requirement of filing a FAFSA interferes with their ability to receive needed aid. Examples of coronavirus-caused costs include paying for a new place to live, food, utilities, and getting a computer, Tanya Ang, Vice President of Veterans Education Success told Campus Reform.

Read the full story by Campus Reform, “Veteran students could be denied coronavirus aid” published June 5, 2020.