Contact Info

          Financial Aid Office
          Hamilton Hall
          210 Glasgow Road
          Edinboro, PA  16444

          Phone:
           (814) 732-3500
          Fax: (814) 732-2129
          Email: finaid@edinboro.edu

          Hours of Operation: 
          Fall/Spring: Monday – Friday, 
          9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
          Summer: Monday – Friday, 
          9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

          Financial Aid Resource Links



          FastWeb
          Scholarship resource locator created in 1995. You will be given an on-line questionnaire and personal mailbox ID. Scholarships will be posted to you and updated periodically.

          Funding Education Beyond High School
          This site provides general information regarding federal financial aid programs, eligibility, application process, deadlines, special circumstances, and a glossary. This site is provided by the Department of Education.

          Financial Aid Information Page 
          A list of alternate sources of financial aid compiled by Mark Kantrowitz, noted financial aid author and founder of FinAid.com. 

          Finaid.org Loan Comparison 
          This link will assist you in comparison shopping for alternative/private loans. If the Financial Aid Office can provide additional assistance, please contact our Loan Coordinator at (814) 732-3500.

          HEATH Resource Center
          The HEATH Resource Center serves as a national clearinghouse and information exchange on postsecondary educational support services, resources and opportunities for individuals with disabilities. Disabled students may contact askheath@gwu.edu for more information.

          PHEAA 
          This site provides financial aid options available to parents and students.

          College Board Online 
          This site attempts to orient parents and students to the process of applying to college and the financial aid process.

          Office of Post-secondary Education
          This site provides brief summaries of the Office of Post-secondary Education (OPE) and features guides on financial aid programs that can enable students to attend post-secondary educational institutions.

          Financial Literacy: Your Credit Score Can Cost You 
          This website explores your credit score and ways to monitor and improve it.