Announcements | Federal Student Aid

Announcements

Check out our latest announcements regarding the federal student aid programs.

Find the latest information about Corinthian Colleges' Everest Institute, Everest and Heald Colleges, and WyoTech Technical Schools, and how students' financial aid is affected.

Get quick answers to the questions that are most frequently asked about the FAFSA at this time of year.

Sallie Mae, a federal loan servicer, completed its transition into two companies—Navient and Sallie Mae—on 10/13/14, with minimal impact on borrowers.

Get information on Sallie Mae’s settlement with the U.S. Department of Justice regarding possible violations of the Servicemembers Civil Relief Act (SCRA).

You can now view your financial aid history right here on StudentAid.gov. Simply log in to access your information from the National Student Loan Data System (NSLDS®).

Did you or your parent(s) report estimated information on your 2014–15 Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA®)? If so, it’s time to correct that information to match your 2013 taxes.

Attention veterans, future or active duty military personnel, and their family members: Do you believe your college or career school is not administering federal student aid funds properly?

In February 2013, the Administration released the College Scorecard, a new planning tool to help students and their families make more educated decisions about college. 

On August 2, 2011, Congress passed the Budget Control Act of 2011, which put into place automatic federal budget cuts, known as a “sequester.” Below is a summary of the impact of these budget cuts on certain federal student

If you are a student or a federal student loan borrower who has been impacted by a federally declared natural disaster, we can help answer your questions.