Some universities cover health insurance--others don't. PhD programs don't generally care about the FAFSA. In our case we don't even see the FAFSA until all admissions and financial aid decisions are made.
I am applying to PhD programs and recently had a question regarding finances. How much do you usually have to pay for the health insurance and fees each year? Would it hurt my chances of acceptance or receiving financial aid if I were to apply for a FAFSA to cover fees and health insurance? I'm on medication for epilepsy, so the health insurance in my graduate studies is fairly important aspect.
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