February is a great time for students to file their 2022-23 FAFSA. If students need assistance, the Shippensburg University Financial Aid Office office is available to assist them and their with completing the FAFSA.
Log in to FAFSA online at www.studentaid.gov, or on the myStudentAid app (available on iOS and Android) with the student’s FSA ID and password, complete the information on the form, save it and then have a parent log in with their FSA ID and password to complete their information. We highly recommend students and families use the IRS Data Retrieval Tool to link your 2020 tax data directly from the IRS to their FAFSA. Once the FAFSA is complete, be sure to apply electronic signatures and submit the application.
To get a sneak peek at a student’s eligibility for Federal Grants and Loans, be sure to check the confirmation email (on the email account registered with the FSA User ID) to view FAFSA results. If the student is a Pennsylvania resident, PHEAA will notify by email with State Grant award eligibility as well.
Want to see if students are eligible for free money? Apply for scholarships! The SU Financial Aid Office encourages students to apply for Shippensburg University Foundation scholarships (online at https://ship.scholarships.ngwebsolutions.com/ ) and PASSHE Foundation Scholarships (online at https://thepafoundation.scholarships).
If students or family members have general financial aid questions, a great resource is Shippensburg University’s Financial Aid Reference and Resource GuideINANCIAL AID REFERENCE AND RESOURCE GUIDE www.ship.edu/globalassets/financial-aid/pfc-fa_roadmap_1121_int-s-002.pdf .
The SU Financial Aid Office office is located in Old Main Room 101.
And since it’s February … be sure to show the financial aid office some love.