Goodbye, Federal Student Aid PIN. Hello, FSA ID!

If you’re a student, parent, or borrower and you’re logging in to a U.S. Department of Education (ED) website, like fafsa.gov, the National Student Loan Data System (NSLDS®) at www.nslds.ed.gov, or StudentLoans.gov, you will be asked to create new log-in credentials known as the FSA ID.

The FSA ID (Username and Password) will replace the FSA 4-digit PIN for students, parents, and borrowers as the process by which students and parents authenticate their identity to access their federal student aid information.

Even if you’ve already completed the FAFSA or haven’t begun the financial aid application process, we encourage you to complete this process now at fsaid.ed.gov.

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