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Managing your aid

A one-stop shop for all of your financial aid resources.

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Our office is here to help ensure that you are informed and know how to finalize your aid. Accepting aid, making payments and maintaining eligibility is a snap with our step-by-step guide to managing your aid. Check out all of the resources below to stay on track with important dates and tasks during your time at K-State.

Want to apply for financial aid? Learn more about what's available, including federal aid. And when you need it, remember that K-State's federal school code is 001928.

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Completing aid process

You're almost there! Follow the steps outlined below to accept and receive your financial aid offer.

Step 1: Complete your federal verification if needed

Step 2: Accept your aid

Step 3: Complete your entrance counseling and master promissory note

Step 4: Set up designated access

Step 5: Report private scholarships




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Bill payment process

Managing your aid and making on-time payments is an important part of the financial aid process. Be sure to review the steps below and contact our office if you have any questions regarding bill payment.

Step 1: View and pay your bill

Step 2: Set up your direct deposit

Step 3: Set up designated access





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Maintaining your aid

After securing financial aid, it's important to know how to maintain it, as there are a variety of factors that can impact aid eligibility. See our helpful steps for maintaining Satisfactory Academic Progress, understanding renewal requirements and more.

Step 1: View your Satisfactory Academic Progress status

Step 2: Review scholarship renewal information





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Graduation and beyond

You've done the work, written the papers, and passed the exams! Now it's time to make the transition to being a K-State graduate and developing a plan that puts you on track to pay back your loans on time and in full.

Step 1: Complete your exit counseling

Step 2: Learn about loan repayment