How do I log into FAFSA as a parent?
Here's how it works:
- Start a FAFSA at fafsa.gov. ...
- On the "Login" page, you can start a FAFSA with your FSA ID (on the left) or your parent can start it with your name, Social Security Number and date of birth (on the right).
- Whoever starts the FAFSA will be prompted to create a Save Key.
How do I retrieve my parent FAFSA ID?
If you cannot retrieve your FSA ID online, you still have options to get into your account, but there may be more effort required on your end. You can get your account back by calling the Federal Student Aid Information Center at 1-800-433-3243.
Is FAFSA ID for student or parent?
What's an FSA ID? The FSA ID is a username and password combination you use to log in to U.S. Department of Education (ED) online systems. The FSA ID is your legal signature and shouldn't be created or used by anyone other than you—not even your parent, your child, a school official, or a loan company representative.
How do I log into my FAFSA account?
Enter your username and password and select LOG IN if you already have an FSA ID. If you do not have an FSA ID, select the Create An FSA ID tab.
What is Studentaid gov for?
Federal Student Aid is responsible for managing the student financial assistance programs authorized under Title IV of the Higher Education Act of 1965. These programs provide grant, work-study, and loan funds to students attending college or career school.
Who can I call about student loan forgiveness?
If you're interested in PSLF, contact FedLoan, the PSLF servicer, as soon as possible at 1-855-265-4038.
Is Studentaid Gov a real site?
Both of these web addresses take you to a URL on the studentaid.ed.gov website. But, the full URL is a bit long, so it is easier to just remember to go to fafsa.ed.gov or fafsa.gov. The . gov top-level domain name tells you that it is an official government website.
Do you have to pay back grants?
Grants are typically awarded on the basis of need and generally do not have to be repaid as long as you meet all of the obligations. You are eligible for grants based on your family's ability to pay, the cost of your education, and certain merit criteria.