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Congratulations to the 2018 PASFAA Award Winners!

President's Award: The Historian Committee
Team Award: The Government Relations Committee
Honorary Life Membership Award: Representative Charlie Dent, James Preston, Bonnie Lee Behm, and Gregory L. Gearhart
Distinguished Service Award: Marykay Klara
Leadership Award: Linda W. Ebel and Kelly Liocano
Emerging Leader Award: Regina M. Brinza and Rebecca Schreiber-Reis
Hero Award: Linda A Gaston

Congratulations to the 2018 PASFAA scholarship winners!!

  • Michael Schultze - The University of Scranton
  • Mariclaire Stearns - Great Lakes Institute of Technology
  • Paola Ramos Arroyo - Harrisburg Area Community College
  • Brittany Curry - Edinboro
  • Olivia Hippensteel - Penn State
  • Robet Pate - Villanova
  • Imani Franklin - Roxborough Memorial Hospital School of Nursing

Do you have special news you would like to share with the PASFAA membership? Contact Daniel Wray with all the details to have your news posted!


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Student Loans from a Trusted Partner

PHEAA recently announced the launch of a new student loan program for students who need help paying for college after they have exhausted their eligibility for gift aid, such as grants and scholarships.
The PA Forward Student Loan Program is a borrower-friendly suite of low cost alternative student loans for undergraduate and graduate students, and parent borrowers.  A PA Forward Refinance Loan will be offered later this year to combine all of a borrower’s loan debt, including Federal and private loans, to achieve a single lower monthly payment or reduce the amount they pay over the life of the loan.  

With first year borrowing limits on federal loans as low as $5,500 and the annual average cost to attend college in Pennsylvania at $43,866*, many students experience difficulty affording the full cost of attendance even after taking advantage of available grants, scholarships, campus-based aid, and federal loans.  If family savings are not sufficient, students are often forced to rely on private student loans - many of which come with strict credit requirements, higher interest rates, and fewer borrower benefits during repayment.  

PA Forward student loan borrowers can borrow up to the total cost of attendance with competitively low interest rates.  Additional benefits include no application or origination fees, immediate credit approvals, and flexible repayment options.  Borrowers can receive a .25 percent interest rate reduction for enrolling in an automatic direct debit program and an additional .50 percent interest rate reduction for achieving successful graduation.  Borrowers also benefit from a 6-month grace period after graduation before the first payment is due. This allows borrowers time to get their finances in order, including time to find a job, before repayment begins.

Borrowers who take full advantage of the program’s benefits could save thousands of dollars over the life of the loan.  

Pennsylvania joins 20 other states, including New Jersey and Massachusetts, in offering a similar loan program as a public service to its residents. Applications for the program will be available at PHEAA.org/PA-Forward late April.

* Average full-time student cost of attendance for the 2017-18 school year, including tuition & fees, on-campus room & board, books & supplies, and other expenses.





Conference 2019
October 7-9 at the Hershey Convention Center, Hershey, PA

Conference 2020
October 26-28 at Seven Springs Mountain Resort, Champion, PA

Conference 2021
October 25-27 at The Penn Stater Conference Center, State College PA





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  • To provide for the professional development of members and other constituencies
  • To advocate for access to post-secondary education, and
  • To educate the public on financial aid and funding opportunities.










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