• Financial Aid Information: 


    Saint Francis University is holding a FREE FAFSA Completion Night on Wednesday, December 7th at our new downtown Altoona location!

    We understand that filing the FAFSA can be a source of anxiety, but we are here to make things easier for students and families. Whether or not they are planning to attend Saint Francis University, your seniors and their parents are invited to join us in our beautiful new Downtown Altoona location – the Curry Innovation Center -- to complete their FAFSA.  Our dedicated and experienced Financial Aid & Admissions Staffs will walk them through the process.

    Event Location:
    Saint Francis University – Curry Innovation Center
    1425 11th Avenue
    Altoona, PA 16001


    Federal Student Aid:
    The first step in the financial aid process is to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Students and their parents can complete the FAFSA beginning on October 1st of their senior year.
    For a recorded version of the 2021-22 Centre/Clinton Counties Financial Aid Night please click here.  (Password: Pheaa1234)
    For a recorded webinar on how to file the 2021-2022 FASFA click here.
    *Students should not use their high school email address when they are filing for financial aid as it will be eliminated after graduation*
    Pennsylvania State Grants/Loans: 
    Pennsylvania Higher Education Assistance Agency (PHEAA) is a national provider of financial aid services, serving millions of students and thoushands of schools through a variety of student aid programs. 
    Visit http://www.pheaa.org/ to access the state student aid programs. 
    PHEAA Student Aid Videos:  Click Here
    Contact information for our Regional PHEAA representative:
    Kurt Deutsch
    What is the CSS Profile?
    The CSS (College Scholarship Search) Profile is a CollegeBoard affiliated online application that allows students to apply for non-federal financial aid.  For more information, please click here
    Schools that require the CSS Profile: 


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Last Modified on November 28, 2022