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The Alaska Commission on
Postsecondary Education (ACPE)

Promoting access to and success in education and career training beyond high school.


STUDENT LOAN

5.03% - 7.93%APR
  • FIXED INTEREST RATE
  • -0.25% AUTO-PAY DISCOUNT
  • ALASKA DISCOUNT
  • WITH OR WITHOUT A COSIGNER
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FAMILY LOAN

5.75% - 6.00%APR
  • FIXED INTEREST RATE
  • -0.25% AUTO-PAY DISCOUNT
  • NO CREDIT SCORE NEEDED
  • EXTENDED FAMILY BORROWERS
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REFINANCE 

4.05%-5.50%APR
  •  FIXED INTEREST RATE
  • COMBINE MULTIPLE LOANS
  • INSTANT CREDIT DECISION
  • 5, 10 OR 15 YEAR TERM
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FAFSA 

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  • GAIN ACESS TO:
  • APS & AEG
  • FEDERAL GRANTS
  • INSTITUTIONAL SCHOLARSHIPS
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Effective April 18, 2022 there may be changes to how applicants & borrowers access loan information. Learn more here.

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ACPE ANNOUNCEMENTS

The Biden Administration recently announced that the US Department of Education will forgive up to $20,000 to Pell Grant recipients and up to $10,000 for non-Pell Grant recipients on their Federal student loans. Borrowers are eligible for this student loan relief option if their individual income is less than $125,000 or $250,000 for households. The Administration also extended the Federal student loan repayment pause through December 31, 2022.

This loan forgiveness and payment pause does not apply to state alternative loans, only Federal student loans held by the US Department of Education.

Be aware that there is no fee for loan forgiveness. Avoid pursuing fraudulent offers to help get loan forgiveness that require fee payment and exercise caution clicking on malicious or unfamiliar links.

For more information visit:https://studentaid.gov/debt-relief-announcement/


Beginning April 18, 2022, CampusDoor will process all new education loan applications offered by ACPE. CampusDoor provides innovative education loan origination and servicing to a variety of lenders including state agencies, national and regional banks, credit unions, schools, and school endowment funds. Together, ACPE and CampusDoor will support Alaskans in funding their educational goals and refinancing their existing education loans. Learn more here


The standardized test score (ACT, SAT, WorkKeys) requirement for Alaska Performance Scholarship (APS) eligibility is in effect for the Class of 2022. For more information about APS eligibility, visit aps.alaska.gov.


Alaska Career Information System (AKCIS)

Discover where you want to go in life and how to get there.

Your online Portfolio is your take-anywhere, Personal Learning & Career Plan (PLCP). Create your personal portfolio to save plans for your education & career. With this portable resource you can:

  • Track Goals & Plans
  • Monitor your progress on recommended activities
  • Bookmark pages, for further exploration
 

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AK Student Aid Portal (ASAP)

Track your Alaska Education Grant (AEG) and Alaska Performance Scholarship (APS) eligibility, usage to date, and more.

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Looking for your tax information?

Simply log on to your account and click the “Tax Information” tab to find the amount of student loan interest you paid in 2020. If you paid more than $600 in student loan interest, a copy of your Form 1098-E is available in your Document Center, under “Tax Statements.”

 



 
 

Financial
Literacy


Learn about available resources to pay for postsecondary education. Download helpful tools and videos for students, parents, teachers, and more!

 

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Resources & Programs


Providing programs for grades K-8, college & career planning with AKCIS, and FAFSA and scholarship assistance, ACPE offers resources to support all Alaskans.

 

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Scholarships & Grants


Discover more about Alaska's merit-based aid program, the Alaska Performance Scholarship (APS) and our need-based program, the Alaska Education Grant (AEG).

 

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Specialty Loan Programs


Offering loans for students pursuing specific fields of study. Examples include fisheries, dentistry, occupational therapy, and the WWAMI medical program.

 

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