Saint Louis University

Financial Aid Links:

Financial Information Resources Services and Tools (FIRST) for Medical Education Sponsored by the AAMC is a non biased resource for information about financial planning while in medical school.

The AAMC's Medloans® Organizer & Calculator A useful tool to help you track your student loans through medical school and evaluate the best repayment plan for you.

The Financial Aid Information Page A helpful guide that can answer some basic financial aid questions.

Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) The federal application to apply for federal and institutional aid.

Federal PIN number Your federal PIN allows you to electronically sign your FAFSA. It may also be used to electronically sign loan applications and master promissory notes.

Forms Takes you to all the online forms for financial aid.

mySLU Portal Your link to registration, billing and financial aid information. You can also update your personal information here.

 

Loan Repayment & Budgeting Links:

National Student Loan Data System (NSLDS) This is the central location for all your federal student loans.

FinAid Calculators A list of helpful tools provided by FinAid for loan repayment and financial planning.

University Accounting Service (UAS) The student loan servicer where you can obtain information about your University loans as well as deferment forms.

 

Additional Useful Links:

Federal Tax Benefits for a College Education Information on tax benefits for higher education.

HOPE and Lifetime Learning Tax Credits An overview of the tax credits.

Aspiring Docs.org A helpful site for students of all stages from pre-med to residency.

Federal Student Aid This is a searchable database of scholarships offered by a variety of sources.

Career onestop This is a searchable database of scholarships offered by a variety of sources.

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