Below are some links that the staff of the Financial Aid office may direct you to throughout the duration of your time as a TSPA student.
Here you can sign your Master Promissory Note and complete Entrance Counseling. You will need your FSA ID o access this website. If you have forgotten your FSA ID, you can find helpful information here.
If you received Federal Student Aid loans during your attendance at the Academy, you must complete Exit Counseling. This is an opportunity to remind yourself of your rights and responsibilities as a borrower in preparation for your loan repayment. A staff member of the Financial Aid office will inform you when it is time to complete. You can complete exit counseling here.
Completing the FAFSA is free and quick, generally taking less than 30 minutes for students to complete. Beware of any websites that charge or ask for a form of payment!
We have complied a list of the most popular questions future and current students need assistance with when completing the FAFSA. Below are the correct responses, regardless of what program you are enrolled into or interested in:
a. The degree or certificate: certificate or diplma (of less than 2 years)
b. Our school code: 041836
c. Housing plan: off campus OR with family
d. Enrollment status: full time OR ¾ time
The FAFSA does ask questions pertaining to you (date of birth, social security number, driver’s license number, etc.) and your finances (tax return, cash savings, etc.). Depending on your situation, you may be required to include similar information regarding your parent(s) or spouse. Please review this short list of documents you may need as you complete the FAFSA here.
If you have received Federal Aid loans and/or grants, you can access and inquire about your history here. Select the first option, Financial Aid Review, to access information about your loan(s) and grant(s).
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