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The list below contains links that address general Federal Student Aid information.

Resource Links


  • Conferences for Financial Aid Professionals

    The Federal Student Aid Conferences website is available to the public through the Internet. The website will provide information on upcoming conferences that Federal Student Aid either produces or supports/attends. The website will also provide content from previous conferences, audio/visual testimonials from attendees and information related to attending a conference. The site will be hosted in Federal Student Aid’s Integrated Technical Architecture at the Virtual Data Center.

  • Information for Counselors: The Financial Aid Toolkit

    An online source of federal student aid information for those advising students and parents about planning and preparing for education beyond high school

  • Federal Student Aid Data Center

    This website is an online source for information relating to the federal financial assistance programs. The information available in the Data Center includes Direct Loan Transition Reports, Programmatic Volume Reports, Application Volume Reports, School Data, FFEL Program Lender and Guaranty Agency Reports, Default Rates, and Loan Purchase Program Activity Reports.

  • Federal Student Aid Gateway

    The online source for free information, guidance and tools for federal student assistance—from the U.S. Department of Education's office of Federal Student Aid. The gateway makes your quest for financial aid information easier.

  • FSAPubs.gov Publication Ordering

    Postsecondary schools, high schools, libraries, and counseling organizations can use this site to place bulk orders for the Free Application for Federal Student Aid and Funding Education Beyond High School; postsecondary schools can place orders for single copies of publications such as the Federal Student Aid Handbook.

 
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