FAFSA Completion Data Details
The table reflects the number of submitted and completed Free Applications for Federal Student Aid (FAFSAs) by high school.
- Note that school names as entered by the applicant on the FAFSA were aggregated using an automated process and, therefore, may not represent an exact count. Adjustments may be made to account for new variations in school names. Reported applications for a school reflect the aggregate number of applications submitted and completed across all known variations of the school's name.
- School names will not be displayed if they have fewer than 5 application completions.
- While we report a specific number of submissions and completions, these numbers rely on certain assumptions to determine who is a high school senior (applicants no older than 18 submitting an original application who will have received their high school diploma and who will be considered college freshmen by the start of the school year to which they are applying for aid) and thus may not represent an exact count.
- Submitted applications reflect all FAFSAs submitted by students at that high school who meet the criteria described above. These applications, however, can be subsequently rejected by the Central Processing System if they are missing key pieces of information. The applications that are not rejected are referred to as completed applications. Completed applications, therefore, are a subset of all submitted applications.
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