AAPI FAFSA Survey
This survey data is being collected by the Southeast Asia Resource Action Center (SEARAC). The information gathered from this survey will help Inform policymakers how to better support first-generation AAPI students with limited English proficiency in completing the FAFSA. We want to briefly understand your experiences completing the FAFSA, any issues you may have had, and what you found helpful to finish the application.

Please share your honest opinions and thoughts on each of the questions I ask. Your input is an important part of our effort to better understand how to support students like yourself. Your participation is voluntary. You do not have to answer any question that makes you feel uncomfortable, and you may stop at any time. Your comments will be kept confidential, and any reports that are written will not identify you as a participant or your family.

If you have any questions, please contact Souvan Lee at <education@searac.org>

This survey is intended for students who are currently in 11th grade, 12th grade, or in college. ONLY these students should complete this survey.
Thank you.
How did you complete the FAFSA?
Did you complete the FAFSA...
Did you struggle answering some questions when completing the FAFSA?
What was the most difficult part of completing the FAFSA?
(If in college) Do you receive:
(If in high school) Do you receive free or reduced-price lunch?
Would a translated FAFSA form (online or paper) be helpful?
If you think a translated FAFSA form would help, what language(s) would you like to see FAFSA translated into?
Your answer
Are there other supports you would recommend for students like yourself? (e.g. more time with high school counselors focused on college admissions or financial aid)
Your answer
What is your ethnicity? (Vietnamese, Korean, etc.)
Your answer
What state are you from? (Please abbreviate)
Your answer
Have some of your family members attended college before?
If you would like to receive updates on SEARAC's work or be more engaged in education issues relevant to the AAPI community, please share your email.
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