Financial Aid Deadline Coming Up March 1

January 25th, 2006 by Adam

Don’t miss out—renew PSU, state and federal need based aid for 2006-2007

File your renewal FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) on the Web beginning January 1, 2006. Use estimated income if actual is not available by the March 1 priority deadline. Be sure to update with actual income when you have that information.

Use your FAFSA PIN (both student and parent). If you don’t have a PIN number or have forgotten it, apply”

Visit the PSU Financial Aid Office online for direct links to the FAFSA PIN and FAFSA renewal Web sites.

The priority deadline is March 1, 2006. Late filers will only receive award consideration pending availability of funds. Normally only Federal Pell, Stafford Loans, Parent PLUS Loans, Alternative Loans and some state programs are available for late applicants.

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