The Financial Aid Office is committed to providing financial resource information and services to students and their families while also supporting responsible stewardship of the funds entrusted to the university. As members of the IUP community, we will collaborate
with other campus offices and external organizations to assist in promoting educational access.
The FAFSA is the form the government uses to determine how much federal or state (if you’re a Pennsylvania resident) grant, loan, or work study money you’re eligible for.
For fall 2016: File beginning January 1, 2016.
Early FAFSA: For the 2017–18 academic year: File beginning October 1, 2016. We encourage you to use the Data Retrieval Tool for your tax information. Watch the video below for more information on the new Early FAFSA process.
The 2017–18 FAFSA Is Now Available!
IUP Code: 003277
Use the Cost Estimator tool to estimate the cost of your attendance at IUP, including tuition, fees, and room and board for the fall semester.
Call: It's the fastest way to reach us. See our phone number and office hours below.
E-mail: See our address below. We’ll respond as soon as we can, but please allow one to three days.
Service Counter: No appointments necessary! Visit us at our service counter on the first floor of Clark Hall.
Note: Anyone calling on a student’s behalf must be identified as permitted to obtain financial record information on the Student Authorization Record on MyIUP and needs to know the student’s security keyword and phrase. Thank you for helping us comply with federal privacy regulations.
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