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Resources

  • FAFSA1-800-4 FEDAID
    • Students may complete their FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) here each year after October 1st for the upcoming academic year.
  • Federal Student Aid
    • This site is a useful tool for students and parents with general questions on financial aid. It provides general information on different types of federal aid programs.
  • Direct Loan Servicing Center      1-800-557-7394
    • Student must complete their Entrance Counseling and Master Promissory Notehere to accept their Subsidized and/or Unsubsidized Direct Stafford Loans. A parent of a dependent student may complete a PLUS loan application and MPN here as well after the student receives their initial award.
  • FSA ID      1-800-4 FEDAID
    • If a student needs to register a FSA ID or misplaces their ID, they may set up or update their information here. If a student has a registered FAFSA Pin, they will need to follow the instructions to create an FSA ID using information from their registered FAFSA Pin.
  • National Student Loan Data Service
    • This is a useful tool for students who have received Pell Grants or federal student loans in the past. On this site, the student can view information of their existing federal student loans and their Pell eligibility used.
  • PHEAA      1-800-692-7392
    • This is the primary site for PHEAA, the Pennsylvania state agency that manages the PA State Grant. On this site, students can view their grant status, update school information, and see any missing information PHEAA might still be looking for.
  • Tuition Management Systems (TMS)        1-800-356-8329
    • Albright works with TMS for interest free monthly payment plans. Student has different payment plan options.  They can contact TMS or the Student Accounts Office for more information.  Student should identify themselves as an Albright Accelerated student when calling TMS.
  • Elm Select (Private Student Loans) 
    • Educational loans are available through private lenders. These can be in addition to or in place of federal student loans.  This website provides a list of some lenders that offer private student loans.
  • Selective Service System 
    • All males between the ages of 18-25 are required by law to register with the Selective Service and to qualify for federal aid. You may utilize this website to register or check/print your registration.