Public Announcements

Class of 2021 Test Score Requirement Waived for APS Eligibility

ACPE offers resources to support borrowers experiencing hardship related to COVID-19

Do you have federal loans with ACPE?

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.”

Alaska Education Loans – Apply Now!

A low-cost option for students, or students' families, to cover education costs for college or career training.

AKCIS Portal

The Alaska Career Information System: Discover where you want to go in life and how to get there.

 Frequently Accessed Services

Student Loans

5.03% - 7.93% APR
(5.25% – 8.50% fixed rate) 
A low-cost option to use in-state, out-of-state, or for career training. More Info

Family Loans

5.75% - 6.00% APR
(5.75% - 6.00% fixed rate) 
An option for family to help cover education costs. More Info

Refinance Loans

4.85% - 5.10% APR
(4.85% – 5.10% fixed rate) 
A student loan debt solution available exclusively to Alaska residents. More Info
The Success Center
One-on-one coaching and group workshops are available with a college and career specialist. Complete the FAFSA, explore career options, research career training facilities, search for scholarships, and more. Learn More
Money $marts
A video series of financial topics that are highly relevant to college students, featuring Alaskan college students who outline the best way to pay for college and training without getting in over your head. Learn More
  • Economic Benefit

    "Every dollar awarded in an ASLC loan or in a grant or scholarship … to a student at the University of Alaska generates an economic benefit of $3.25."

    – Public Works LLC, Alaska Division of Legislative Audit Performance Review, 2016
  • Alaskans Serving Alaskans

    "As an Alaskan, I feel better getting a loan specifically from the state. It feels more local and I won’t be bogged down by giant corporations with hundreds of thousands of other members clamoring for attention."

    – ACPE Borrower Survey. 2016. Prepared by McDowell Group, LLC.
  • Best and Brightest

    "The average UAA student has over $13,000 of gross financial need. Without the Alaska Performance Scholarship and Alaska Education Grant many of our best and brightest Alaskan students would struggle to afford their degree."

    – Sonya Stein, Director, UAA Student Financial Assistance
  • Jobs for Alaskans

    "Whenever possible I would support Alaskan-based programs, especially when it entails jobs for Alaskans."

    – ACPE Borrower Survey. 2016. Prepared by McDowell Group, LLC.