Federal Code: 014104
The Financial Aid Office is designed to assist students in understanding financial resources available for post-secondary education.
Financial Aid Application Procedures
To assure full consideration for all forms of financial aid, complete each of the following steps. Forms are available in your high school guidance office or can be obtained by calling The Financial Aid Office at 484-628-0106 or 484-628-0105.
- STEP 1
After January 1, complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). The FAFSA is available online. We strongly advise you to apply no later than May 1 so that you do not miss any deadlines. You will need to re-apply each year you are enrolled as a student since all financial aid is based upon the previous year’s financial data. The completed FAFSA form should be mailed to the federal processor, or completed and sent via the the FAFSA website.
- STEP 2
The Financial Aid Officer will request any additional forms that need to be completed.
- STEP 3
Students who desire to borrow money under the Federal Direct Loan Program will need to complete the Direct Loan Master Promissory online. While eligibility for a student loan may be indicated on an award letter, securing those funds still requires the submission of a separate Master Promissory Note. The recommended filing date is prior to May 1 of the year you plan to enroll in the program.
- STEP 4
Carefully review any communication you receive from the Financial Aid Office, the Federal Student Aid Programs, and your state agency. All requests for information should be forwarded to the appropriate department or agency, or call the Financial Aid Office for assistance.
Financial Aid Forms
The forms listed below can be downloaded and printed.
Sources of Financial Aid
- Federal Pell Grant
- PHEAA State Grant
- Employer Tuition Assistance
- Direct Subsidized Stafford Loan
- Direct Unsubsidized Stafford Loan
- Direct Plus Loan
- Veterans Funding