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Financial Aid Resources


  • Penn State Office of Student Aid
    Specific information about University-wide resources and financial aid application procedures.
  • Office of the Bursar
    Billing and student account information at Penn State
  • Student Financial Services
    A Unit of the Bursar's office. 
  • The Pennsylvania Higher Education Assistance Agency (PHEAA)
    A variety of financial aid resources designed for Pennsylvania families.

    A site for information from the U.S. Department of Education regarding federal student loans.
  • National Student Loan Data System (nslds)
    U.S. Department of Education's central database for federal student aid
  • Federal Direct Lending Program
    A program through which the federal government acts as the "lender" for all student Stafford loans and parent PLUS loans.
  • Financial Aid Information Page
    Free, comprehensive, objective, and independent information about financing your college education. It includes financial aid calculators, scholarship searches, and numerous other links.
  • The U.S. Department of Education Student Guide
    Information about the federal financial aid programs and college financing.
  • College Board
    Information on college searches, SAT information, and financial aid resources for students and parents.
  • CashCourse 
    This website offers valuable information on budgeting, credit cards, college planning tips, and identity theft; as well as interactive tools such as a budgeting wizard and credit calculator. 
    This website if by the U.S. government and it is a valuable source dedicated to teaching the basics of financial education.
  • Center for Financial and Consumer Outreach
    This organization is an outreach unit of the Sam and Irene Black School of Business at Penn State Behrend. The Center’s primary purpose includes educational outreach based programming that focuses on promoting spending, saving, credit, and overall money management skills to students in K-12 and beyond.


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