Q: What should we include in a financial aid appeal letter, and when is it appropriate to send one?

A: A financial aid appeal letter should include a clear and concise explanation of your family's financial circumstances, any changes or challenges that have occurred since submitting the financial aid application, and any additional supporting documentation that strengthens your case. It is appropriate to send an appeal letter when you believe there is a significant discrepancy between your financial need and the aid offered, or if there are extraordinary circumstances that were not initially considered. Our experts can guide you in crafting a compelling appeal letter that increases your chances of receiving additional financial aid.


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