Department of Education
Maintained by the Federal Student Aid team, this Web site has a wealth of information and resources for student.
U.S. Department of Education’s National Student Loan Data System (NSLDS)
This Web site allows you to access information on loan and/or federal grant amounts, your loan status (including outstanding balances), and disbursements made.
Some male students may need to furnish proof of Selective Service registration as part of the Financial Aid process. Additionally, after a man registers he is required to notify Selective Service within ten days of any changes to any of the information he provided on his registration card, like a change of address. He must report changes until January 1 of the year he turns 26. He may do this by using the on-line “change of address” page on the Selective Service System Web Site.
Internal Revenue Service
Students selected for Verification of their financial information by the Office of Financial Aid may need to request a copy of their Federal tax returns. Additionally, if you paid student-loan interest or other college expenses last year, you may qualify for credits or deductions when you file your federal income-tax return.
Social Security Administration
You need a Social Security number to get a job, collect Social Security benefits, and receive some other government services.
Free Annual Credit Report
This central site allows you to request a free credit file disclosure, commonly called a credit report, once every 12 months from each of the nationwide consumer credit reporting companies: Equifax, Experian and TransUnion.
Federal Trade Commission
The Federal Trade Commission is the nation’s consumer protection agency. The FTC’s Bureau of Consumer Protection works for the consumer to prevent fraud, deception, and unfair business practices in the marketplace. Information on credit counseling, debt management, and identity theft are just a few of the services provided on this site.
Scholarship Search Engines: College of Law student are encouraged to research outside sources of scholarship to supplement their Financial Aid package.