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Not every student goes directly to college following high school. Some may face financial burdens that make it necessary for them to move immediately into the workforce. Others may feel unprepared for the demands of college, or may simply be undecided as to what they would study should they decide to pursue their higher education. But college delayed, does not have to mean college denied. Today, more and more adults are headed back to school.
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Application Deadline: June 30, The Department of Education requires that all male students seeking Federal financial aid be registered for Selective Service, as this is a general requirement for all male citizens within the United States between the ages of 18 and Male citizens over the age 25 are not required to register, but must submit documentation as to why they could not register if a citizen during that age. Female students seeking Federal financial aid are not required to have registered for Selective Service. In this section, you will simply need to check whether or not you are already registered.
By Brian O'Connell. College-aged men are likely familiar with it because registering for the draft is one of the requirements of receiving federal financial aid for college. However, a federal court ruling has turned the Selective Service registration requirement on its head, and that could have big ramifications for college students seeking financial aid. The Selective Service Act of was passed in May
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