Student financial services
Penn’s Student Financial Services office is available to admitted and current students for financial aid inquiries. Students pursuing the "prove your way in" path to Bachelor of Applied Arts and Sciences admission may be evaluated for financial aid eligibility upon successful completion of gateway requirements; gateway courses are not eligible for financial aid. For more information on financing your studies, visit these pages on the Student Financial Services website:
- Student loan eligibility chart: Check your loan eligibility status
- Contact Penn’s Student Financial Services: Get email and mailing addresses, phone numbers, office hours, and appointment details
- Private alternative loans: Learn more about the differences between private and federal loans, and where you can find lenders
If you are using the Student Financial Services net price calculator to estimate your cost of attendance, please note that the predicted costs do not include Penn LPS Online rates and are not reflective of your tuition and fees.
Federal student aid
All domestic applicants interested in their federal grant and loan eligibility should complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) form after applying to the BAAS program.
- Start your FAFSA form on the Department of Education’s website
If you intend to complete the Bachelor of Applied Arts and Sciences degree or enroll in Penn LPS Online courses and certificates as a working professional, you may be able to take advantage of tuition reimbursement benefits offered by your employer. If you are a full-time Penn employee, learn more about Penn's tuition benefits on Penn’s Human Resources website.