There are two ways to unlock your FSA ID. You can either use your e-mail or answer some of your challenge questions.
Complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).
Yes, students should apply online at www.fafsa.ed.gov.
The FAFSA is available October 1st of each year, the earlier you submit the better.
Yes, the FAFSA is year-specific and most financial aid is awarded annually.
Allen University’s priority filing date is March 15. To qualify as a priority filer, the Office of Student Financial Aid must receive your FAFSA report (via the federal processor) with a valid Expected Family Contribution ( EFC) on or before March 15.
The Business Office has the sole authority to certify whether or not your account is financially cleared to start your classes. All questions related to this matter, should be addressed with the University’s Business Office.
You must complete your FAFSA by March 15, have a 2.0, and be in good academic standing with the University. Remember, the Office of Student Financial Aid must receive your FAFSA report (via the federal processor) with a valid Expected Family Contribution (EFC) on or before March 15.
Federal and state regulations require financial aid recipients to maintain Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) towards a recognized degree. SAP applies to all undergraduate students, who receive most types of federal, state, and institutional financial aid administered by the University. At the conclusion of each term or payment period, Allen University reviews all currently enrolled AU students to verify they are meeting the SAP requirements.
Students who have been on suspension cannot merely skip a semester to regain eligibility. No financial aid will be disbursed during subsequent semesters for students on financial aid suspension. In order to regain eligibility for financial aid and enrollment, the student may submit a written appeal in accordance with the appeals process. If the Appeals Committee approves the appeal, the student is then placed on probation with an academic plan and is eligible to receive financial aid.
1. How do I unlock my FSA ID? There are two ways to unlock your FSA ID. You can either use your e-mail or answer some of your challenge questions. To start: Go to the Edit My FSA ID tab. Log in using your username and password. You will receive the message, "Your FSA ID is locked. To unlock it,…