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.
Watch this quick video for tips on how to fill out the FAFSA.
Step by step, here's what to do after your file your FAFSA: The Application Process Checklist
You have to meet certain criteria to get financial aid and maintain a minimum credit load and academic standing to keep it. Know the ground rules.
If you’re a veteran, transfer, or international student, or you’re seeking aid to attend the Graduate School, Culinary Academy, Police Academy, Study Abroad program, or winter session program, check out this information especially for you.
See what’s out there in grants, loans, scholarships, and student employment.
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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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