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Office of Financial Aid

Want financial aid?

First, File Your FAFSA ...

The FAFSA is the form the government uses to determine how much federal or state (if you're a PA resident) grant, loan, or work study money you're eligible for.

For Fall 2014: File beginning January 1, 2014.

Our students will help you file your FAFSA:
Apply for Aid: File Your FAFSA

... Then Check the Aid Application Process Checklist for Your Next Steps

Step by step, here's what to do after your file your FAFSA: The Application Process Checklist

Are You Eligible for Aid?

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.

For Students Who Are…

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.

Overall Types of Aid

See what’s out there in grants, loans, scholarships, and student employment.

Contact Us!

Call: It’s the fastest way to reach us. See our phone number and office hours below. 

Email: See our address below. We’ll respond as soon as we can, but please allow one to three days.

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.

IUP Code: 003277

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Visit us at our Self Service Counter in the lobby of Clark Hall!

  • Financial Aid Office
  • 200 Clark Hall
    1090 South Drive
    Indiana, PA 15705
  • Phone: 724-357-2218
  • Fax: 724-357-2094
  • Financial Aid Service Counter Hours
  • Monday through Friday
  • 8:00 a.m.–4:30 p.m.