Have You Submitted Your 2019-2020 FAFSA?
Every incoming and returning student should submit a 2019-2020 Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Many students have not submitted theirs yet. If you have not, do not delay, do it today! Go to FAFSA site.
Note that income and tax information for the 2019-2020 FAFSA is based on calendar year 2017, not 2018. You (and parents) do not wait to file a 2018 tax return. Learn more about the FAFSA. Penn College's Federal School Code is 003395.
Not sure whether you submitted a FAFSA or if it's incomplete?
1. Select "Financial Information" option, then select "View Financial Aid Information"
2. Select Year of "2019/20" and "Continue" to get to the Financial Aid Award Summary 2019-20, where you can view your FAFSA Completion Status.
Current Students - See your adviser now about your Summer/Fall 2019 schedule
Meet with your adviser now through March 29 to discuss your Fall schedule. If you have not done so, schedule an appointment with your adviser to review the requirements still needed to complete your degree, pick up your scheduling profile (which indicates the date and time you can schedule), and obtain your Scheduling Access Number (SAN), which you will need in order to process your schedule. You can find your adviser’s name, office hours, and location through “view adviser information” option on the SIS. Scheduling for returning students begins April 1.
Scheduling and course offering information can be viewed on the Registrar's portal site.
Awarding of Penn College Scholarships is Underway.
The Financial Aid Office has started awarding Penn College Scholarships, but it's not too late to apply. Find the application on our Scholarships Web page, where you can also search for External Scholarships.
Log in to SIS to check your application status; view your class schedule, grade reports, and financial information; verify your meal plan balance; schedule your classes online via Web scheduling; and much more.
The SIS Student Directory lists your name, address, phone number, major, and email. You can choose to completely remove your listing or to limit what information is displayed by using the "Update Student Directory Information" option from the Address Information heading in SIS.
New students: After you submit your Application for Admission, a letter containing your network username and password is sent to your home address. You will need this information to log into the SIS, as well as other electronic resources such as College email. Contact the Admissions Office at 800-367-9222 if you do not receive the letter. If you misplace the letter or forget your network username and password, contact the Student Help Desk at 570-322-7154.
SIS is not accessible from 3 a.m. to (approx.) 3:45 a.m. EST.
(SIS login not required)
Spring, Summer & Winter
Academic records of all current and former students (access and distribution based on state and federal laws)
Money is available to help eligible students meet college costs. Find out if you are eligible.
Information on student bills, fees, and disbursement of financial aid funds
Quality on-campus housing and assistance in locating off-campus housing
Consider enrollment options and make an informed decision.
Information and assistance with placement testing, scheduling, and academic processes