If you want to get into your Federal Student Aid Account then you need to read this post carefully in order to find and use your FAFSA Login because you cannot get into your account without your FAFSA Login.
So, read this post carefully till the end to get all the information you need to know about Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).
What Is Federal Student Aid?
Federal Student Aid, an office of the U.S. Department of Education, is the largest provider of student financial aid in the United States. Federal Student Aid provides student financial assistance in the form of grants, loans, and work-study funds. FSA is a Performance-Based Organization, and was the first PBO to be established in the US government.
FAFSA Login Requirements
You need your FSA ID (account username and password), a computer or mobile phone and an internet connection to login to your Federal Student Aid Account.
If you don’t have you FSA ID, Visit StudentAid.gov/fsa-id/create-account/launch to create an FSA ID. You’ll need your Social Security number, full name, and date of birth. You’ll also need to create a memorable username and password, and complete challenge questions and answers so you can retrieve your account information if you forget it.
Follow the instructions below to have a secure access to your Federal Student Aid online account.
To get into your account you have to visit https://studentaid.gov/
On the Federal Student Aid homepage, click on login. Clicking on login will take you to a page where you will have to enter your FSA ID Username, Email, or Mobile Phone and password.
After entering the correct login details click on login that’s all.
How To Recover your FAFSA Password
If you have an FSA ID but do not remember your password, select Forgot My Password and follow the steps below:
Enter your username, verified email address, or verified mobile phone number and the month and day of your birthday.
Select one of the three recovery options: Text a secure code to my mobile phone, Email a secure code, Answer my challenge questions.
*Enter your secure code or answer your challenge questions.
Create a new password.
*Please note that for security purposes, if you use the challenge question option to reset your password, there’s a 30-minute delay before you can use your FSA ID.
As a reminder, you should not try to create a new account if you forgot your password. You must reset it your existing FSA ID. Accounts are associated with your social security number and a new account cannot be created for a forgotten password.
How To Contact FAFSA Customer Service
FAFSA Customer contact centers, also known as customer service centers, are resources that students and schools can reach out to with questions regarding any of the services the U.S. Department of Education supports, which include applying for and receiving federal financial aid and repaying federal student loans.
For potential students, currently enrolled students, loan borrowers, and families
• Please visit their “Contact Us” page.
If you are not sure which service center to call, contact the Federal Student Aid Information Center at 1-800-433-3243 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.