Financial Aid Links

FINAID - The Financial Aid Information Page
Includes: scholarship searches; scam alerts; general aid information; additional information sources; eligibility, expense, and loan calculators; ask the aid advisor.

NASFAA - National Association of Student Financial Aid
Includes: Timely Information for Parents and Students (TIPS); the Advisor Counselor's Guide; Cash for College; Recommended links.

U.S. Department of Education Office
Includes: information for students and aid professionals; news; aid program information.

Other Governmental Information
Includes: links to aid applications and other information; student guides to education and financial aid; education statistics; other government agencies information.

The FAFSA Online
The Free Application for Federal Student Aid -- APPLY ON-LINE!

FAFSA Information Video
This video explains what FAFSA is and how to apply

U.S. Department of Education's PIN Site

The Student Guide
U.S. Department of Education. Detailed information on each of the federal aid programs; application procedures, etc.;

KASFAA - Kansas Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators
Look for expansion to provide students, parents, and counselors with more information for federal, state, and other aid programs in the state of Kansas.

Loan applications and entrance interview.

Selective Service Information
Male students who are US citizens and have reached the age of 18 and were born after December 31, 1959 must be registered with Selective Service to be eligible for federal financial aid.

Kansas Voter Registration
In an effort to address the provision of voter registration forms prescribed within the Higher Education Amendments of 1998: PL-105-244, Newman University encourages all eligible students to register to vote. This link will allow you to register to vote within the state of Kansas. The link will take you to a portable document format (PDF) file.

*Note: to view this form you must have Adobe Acrobat Reader installed on your computer. To print the form your computer must also be connected to a printer. Once you have accessed the voter registration form you will need to print the registration form. Complete it in black or blue ink and mail it to the appropriate county address listed on page 2.