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Federal Agencies and Services
Federal agencies and the services they provide.
Federal Agency Service Provided
Student Aid on the Web College preparation, filing the FAFSA, financial aid programs, loan repayment, ombudsman.
Internal Revenue Service Tax Information for Students
Tax Incentives for Higher Education Expenses
Tax Transcript Request
National Student Loan Data System (NSLDS) Student Access Borrower information, borrowed loan amounts, lender/servicer contact information.
Selective Service System Selective Service registration (required for male students, ages 18-25). Registration typically takes place via the FAFSA.
U.S. Department of Education Office of Postsecondary Education Blogs, financial aid program funding, media advisories, news, policy, press releases, research, speeches.
U.S. Department of Education Resource Organization Directory Student source for financial aid from each U.S. state, subject-specific resources available on a broad range of education-related topics.
U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs GI Bill: Education Benefits
Veterans Benefits Administration

State Agencies and Services
State agencies and the services they provide.
State Agency Service Provided
Adventures in Education Career services, college preparation, financial aid programs, money management.
College For All Texans College preparation and application, financial aid programs.
Every Chance, Every Texan Career services, college saving plans, financial aid programs.
Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board (THECB) College preparation and application, financial aid programs, state loan applications and repayment.
Disclaimer
Students in search of financial aid to pay for college may find some of the links here useful. This information is provided for informational purposes only. Inclusion does not constitute endorsement. Neither the Office of Student Financial Services nor The University of Texas at Austin can guarantee the accuracy or the timeliness of information found at any of the links above. It is critical that students verify information, particularly where deadlines are concerned.