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Video: How Much of the Parent PLUS Loan Should I Borrow?
A guide for parents to figure out how much of the Federal Direct Parent PLUS loan to borrow.
Located in Types of Aid / Loans / Federal Direct Parent PLUS Loan
Video: How Much of a Private Loan Should I Borrow?
A guide for parents to figure out how much of a private loan to borrow.
Located in Tutorials
How Withdrawing from School Affects Your Financial Aid
Federal student aid award is based on the percentage of time you are enrolled for the semester. Depending on when you withdraw, your student aid will be adjusted.
Located in Eligibility
Student Rights and Responsibilities
Make sure you are familiar with all of your student rights and responsibilities.
Located in Eligibility
How Dropping Credits Affects Your Financial Aid
Dropping credits may jeopardize future student aid eligibility, including loans.
Located in Eligibility
How to Apply for Financial Aid
Your guide to applying for financial aid, including things you need to know, resources, and assistance with the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).
Check Your Mail for Verification Requests
If you are one of the thousands of Penn State students who have been selected for the federal process of Verification, you will receive a letter at your home address with a request for information.
Located in News
Scholarships for Pennsylvania Residents
Located in Types of Aid / Scholarships / Outside Scholarships
Apply for Fall 2015 and Spring 2016
Located in Apply
Federal Student Aid Satisfactory Academic Progress Standard
This section outlines the federal regulations our office must follow to monitor student progression toward completion of degree and certificate programs at the undergraduate, graduate, and professional degree levels.
Located in Eligibility