The PSU Financial Aid Team is committed to assisting qualified students who are unable to meet their entire educational expenses from their own and their family’s resources. Financial aid is awarded to students based on need or through merit scholarships recognizing academic or performing achievements. The four basic types of aid available are scholarships, grants, loans and work opportunities.
A paperless process is used for notifying all students of their financial aid eligibility and unsatisfied requirements. Through the use of the myPlymouth portal, students have 24/7 access to all financial aid awards and requests for additional information needed to identify aid eligibility. We encourage you to check your myPlymouth account frequently for updates. Notifications are sent to your PSU email account when information is available.
The 2014-2015 FAFSA becomes available on January 1!
PSU Priority FAFSA Filing Deadline is MARCH 1
Looking to use a Parent PLUS loan to help cover Winterim or Spring costs? Click here for more information and how to apply!
Have you joined SALT? SALT is a FREE program available to all PSU students that helps students and families navigate financing a higher education, successfully manage any resulting debt, and build money skills for life. Register by December 6, 2013, and automatically get entered into a drawing for 1 of 4 $25 gas cards!
Tell us how we’re doing! Feedback about your experience with the PSU Financial Aid Team is important to us. Please take a moment to fill out our short four question customer service survey. Thank you!
Invite your parents to myPlymouth for Families! The myPlymouth portal is available so parents and families can access student information, too. To establish a myPlymouth for Families account, students must invite family members. Please be advised that inviting family gives Student Account Services permission to speak with them about your bill. It does not allow the Financial Aid Team to speak with them about your aid, however.
View your PSU Loan history online to determine the total amount borrowed in Federal, Private and PLUS loans.
The Federal Student Aid Ombudsman of the Department of Education helps resolve disputes and solve other problems with federal student loans. Please do not hesitate to contact them at 1-877-557-2575 should you feel they can be of assistance.