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Office of Financial Aid

Resource Links


WebSIS is Morgan's Student information system. You'll use it to register for classes, access your Financial Aid records as well as your personal records and transcripts

This website allows students to complete the required entrance counseling, exit counseling and master promissory note. In addition, PLUS and Graduate PLUS loans application may be completed on this site. Students are required before ANY Direct federal loans are disbursed to their account to have completed the requirements indicated above.


Complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)

FSA ID Registration

Create and edit your federal student aid (FSA) ID with the Department of Education.

Net Price Calculator

Your net price is the cost of tuition and fees minus the grants, scholarship and education tax benefits you receive. The net price you pay is specific to you because it's based on your personal circumstances and the university's financial aid policies. This calculator only provides an estimate.

Entrance Counseling

Entrance Counseling will walk you through the Direct Loan process and explain your rights and responsibilities as a borrower.

Master Promissory Note

  • The Master Promissory Note (MPN) is a legal document in which you promise to repay your
    loan(s) and any accrued interest and fees to the U.S. Department of Education. It also explains the terms and conditions of your loan(s). Unless your school does not allow more than one loan to be made under the same MPN, you can borrow additional Direct Loans on a single MPN for up to 10 years.
  • Parent borrowers must complete an MPN for each student using their own FSA ID.

Exit Counseling

  • Is required before you withdraw, graduate, or drop below half-time attendance (even if you plan to transfer to another school)
  • Helps you understand your rights and responsibilities as a student loan borrower
  • Provides useful tips and information to help you manage your loans

Debt Management

Financial literacy covers many things: budgeting, use of credit cards, insurance, tips on money management, and much more. The following links will help students to find help in making good financial decisions.

IRS Tax Return Transcript

  • Click on the "Order a Return or Account Transcript" link, or call 1-800-908-9946.
  • Make sure to request the "IRS tax return transcript" and not the "IRS tax account transcript."

 Maryland Higher Education Commission Office of Financial Assistance (MHEC)

Obtain information about scholarships and other aid programs available for Maryland residents.

National Student Loan Data System (NSLDS)

This is the Departments of Educations central database for students and NSLDS receives data from schools, guaranty agencies, the direct loan program and other Department of Education programs.

You may use this website to make inquiries about your Title IV loans and/or grants. The site displays information on loan and/ or grant amounts, outstanding balances, loan statuses and disbursements.

Direct Loans for Students Website

This page provides information for college students about the U.S. Department of Education's Direct Loan Program.

Direct Loan Consolidation Website

This website will have information regarding Direct Loan Consolidation which allows borrowers to combine one or more of their Federal education loans into a new loan that offers several advantages;

  • One Lender and One Monthly Payment
  • Flexible Repayment Options
  • No Minimum or Maximum Loan Amounts or Fees.
  • Varied Deferment Options
  • Reduced Monthly Payments
  • Retention of Subsidy Benefits
  • Temporary In-School Consolidation Authority

Fast Web

Search for scholarships with our free scholarship matching service; get student financial aid and find money to pay for college at Fast Web.

Ombudsman Office, U.S. Department of Education

This office of the Department of Education helps resolve disputes and solve other problems with federal student loans.