It is hard to answer that question. The easy answer would be "YES" (since FAFSA is both for Federal Grants, as well as Student Loans). It seems like you would qualify for some kind of Pell Grant, but I need to explain a few things about it before just giving a blanket Yes/No Answer:
The way the FAFSA works is by first taking all of the students that applied for the FAFSA, then taking an average. This means that if you did not qualify last year, and absolutely nothing changes, you may qualify this year (if the mean and median fall above your income level).
With that in mind, now you see that it is impossible to predict exactly what you would qualify to receive until the government receives all the application and compile the data.
I would definitely say this: You should still apply. The worst case scenario, you will be in the exact same place you are now. Applying for the FAFSA provides options. You may or may not choose to accept student loans, but it is good to know that at least you would qualify.
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