Alaska Commission on Postsecondary Education

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Education Loan Borrowers--Consumer Alert!

If you are considering applying for federal education loan forgiveness, repayment options, rehabilitation or consolidation, please be advised the application/filing process is completely FREE of charge. You are never required to pay a fee for the application or its processing. ACPE recommends that you always work directly with your education loan lender or the Federal Department of Education (1-800-433-3243) if you are interested in one of these options. If you have questions or want more information, please contact ACPE's customer service center (toll free at 800-441-2962 or in Juneau, 907-465-2962). 

Frequently Accessed Services

  • The “net price” of a college factors in expenses (tuition & fees) and financial aid (grants & scholarships). Use the Net Price Calculator at collegecost.ed.gov to compare the real costs of the colleges you are considering.

    Trenton Millar
    Anchorage: COLLEGE & CAREER GUIDE
  • Follow ACPE on Facebook and keep up with financial aid, college planning, career resources and important dates and deadlines. facebook.com\followacpe

    Bryan Rivera
    Kodiak: COLLEGE & CAREER GUIDE
  • Depending on the school, fee waivers may be available to low-income applicants. If you think you may qualify for a fee waiver, contact the admission office.

    Emily Cotton
    Soldotna: COLLEGE & CAREER GUIDE
  • The FAFSA is available on January 1st of each year, so file it then or shortly thereafter. The form is year-specific so make sure you file the FAFSA for the academic year in which you plan to enroll – and remember, you will need to file the renewal in each year you seek aid.

    Tasha Thompson
    Nikiski/Kenai : COLLEGE & CAREER GUIDE