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Administrative Unit Scholarships
Scholarships are offered by some Penn State administrative areas.
Located in Types of Aid / Scholarships
Office of Student Aid Scholarships
All students who are offered admission and submit a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) to Penn State are considered for scholarships awarded by the Office of Student Aid.
Located in Types of Aid / Scholarships
Other Employment Opportunities
There are many employment opportunities other than Federal Work-Study. Start here if you're interested in finding wage payroll positions in and around the University.
Located in Types of Aid / Employment
Federal Grants
Information about the Federal Pell, Supplemental Educational Opportunity (SEOG), and TEACH Grants
Located in Types of Aid / Grants
How to View Your Loan History
View your loan history through the National Student Loan Data System, the U.S. Department of Education's central database for student aid information.
Located in Money Manager / Loan Debt
Cost of Attendance
Your COA is one determining factor of your financial aid eligibility and will vary based on the number of credits you take, the courses you choose, and your living arrangements.
Located in Tuition & Costs
Why Your Financial Aid May Be Adjusted
What would cause your financial aid to be adjusted and how you'll be notified.
Located in Aid & the Bill
LionPATH Enrollment Process
Starting in fall 2016, use LionPATH to enroll for classes. You will be considered "registered" when you agree to the Financial Responsibility Agreement (FRA) and enroll in at least one class.
Located in Aid & the Bill
Request a Retroactive Registration
About and how to initiate a retroactive registration
Located in Eligibility
Understanding the Consequences of an "F" grade
Student financial aid recipients who receive one or more "F" grades resulting from absence, may have their aid adjusted.
Located in Eligibility