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Office of Student Financial Assistance

Managing your Aid

Forms

Forms available to be completed for the current academic year. If you do not find the form you need please contact our office.

Federal Verification

Completion of the federal verification process ensures that the information students and their families reported on the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is accurate.

Satisfactory Academic Progress

To be eligible to receive federal financial assistance, students must maintain satisfactory academic progress (SAP) toward a degree or certificate at K-State.

Accept Aid

Students receive financial aid award notifications by mail. Accept or decline the offered assistance in KSIS.

Summer Financial Aid

Students who are attending summer school can apply for financial aid.

Bill Payment and Direct Deposit

Pay your K-State bill by the first day of the term.

Entrance Counseling and Master Promissory Note

Federal requirements for first-time borrowers and the Master Promissory Note.

Exit Counseling

All Federal Direct Loan borrowers must complete an online exit counseling session when they leave the university

Loan Repayment

Information on Federal Student Loan Repayment, including a Repayment Estimator.

Designated Access

Designated Access allows students to grant others permission to access their student records.

Salt Financial Tool

Salt is a free online program that helps students and alumni manage their money and student loans.

 

Designated access

Powercat Financial logo

Powercat Financial provides FREE information and education to current enrolled K-State students.