To check to see if you have an FSA ID, log in to your account. Enter your FSA ID username and password. If you verified your email address or mobile phone number during account creation, you can enter either one instead of your username. If you are able to log in and see your profile, then you have an FSA ID.
Also know, how do I contact FSA ID?
Additional assistance with the FSA ID is available; please contact the Federal Student Aid Information Center at 1-800-4-FED-AID (1-800-433-3243; TTY for the deaf or hard of hearing 1-800-730-8913).
Also to know is, how do I find my SBA loan number?
What is my loan number? Your loan number might be on a statement or letter from the SBA. It is NOT your application number. If you do not have a letter or statement, please contact your Service Center or the main SBA help desk at 800-659-2955 if you do not know your Service Center.
How do I look up my student loans?
- Your student loan amounts and balances.
- Your loan servicer(s) and their contact information.
- Your interest rates.
- Your current loan status (in repayment, in default, etc.)
The FSA ID is an electronic signature used to sign the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and federal education loan promissory notes. The FSA ID consists of a username and a password. It is sometimes called a FAFSA ID.
You have two identifiers: an overall account number, and a loan number for each loan you have with us. … Your individual loan numbers, which are each 16 digits long, are not shown in your online profile. However, both your account and your loan numbers appear on your monthly statements.
An FSA ID is a username and password that gives you access to Federal Student Aid’s online systems and can serve as your legal signature. Only create an FSA ID using your own personal information and for your own exclusive use.
Your student loan account number is a unique 10-digit number that is given to you by your student loan provider and is used for identifying your federal student loan. Students can use their student loan account number to look up their payments and see how much of their balance is left.
The Office of Postsecondary Education Identification (OPE ID) number is assigned by the U.S. Department of Education to identify schools that have Program Participation Agreements (PPA) so that its students are eligible to participate in Federal Student Financial Assistance programs under Title IV regulations.
Your Expected Family Contribution (EFC) is an index number that colleges use to determine how much financial aid you’re eligible to receive. Your EFC is calculated according to a formula established by law and the information from your Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA®).
If you have received correspondence from your loan servicer (such as an email or letter), your student loan account number may be listed on those documents. You can also check your account online on your loan servicer’s website.
The SID is used in place of a student’s Social Security Number for indexing and accessing documents and information. It is also a student’s account number. The SID is located in the upper left corner above the date on the first page of the financial aid award letter.
Remember: You should create your own FSA ID, and your parent should create his or her own FSA ID. Also make sure to use the correct FSA ID when signing the FAFSA form electronically.