Manage Your Account

The Office of Financial Aid Administration utilizes Self-Service to provide Manhattan College students with a secure system to manage their student accounts online. Begin by logging on to Self-Service in order to:

  • View current information about your financial aid
  • Accept your award letter offers (see this tutorial)
  • Satisfy requests for missing information, such as FAFSA Verification
  • View your student employment eligibility
  • View financial aid-related account holds
  • View information about a student’s academic progress (impacts financial aid eligibility)
Log In To Self-Service
  • Accept Your Financial Aid Award

    Incoming Students

    New Manhattan College students who were offered federal, state, and/or institutional aid received a hard copy award letter with their acceptance letter. Students will then be instructed to review and respond to this award letter electronically via their account in Self Service.

    Continuing Students

    Current Manhattan College students will not receive paper award letters after their first year enrolled at Manhattan College. Instead, eligible students will receive a JasperNet email notification in late May/early June, when the award letters are available for viewing on Self Service.

  • Requests for Documents and Additional Information

    At times, we may need further documentation or action by a student. Notification is sent to a student's JasperNet email address for additional information, but students may also log on to Self-Service to determine the needed items:

    • Visit (a student must be logged into their Jaspernet account to see this page)
    • See 'Special Messages' to view any requests

    FAFSA Verification

    Students who are selected for FAFSA verification are notified annually by the Financial Aid Administration office via JasperNet email and a letter mailed to the student's permanent address on file.

    Detailed instructions are also available to selected students by logging on to Self-Service > Follow-up & Current Award Status.

  • Student Employment Instructions

    Students seeking federal work study (FWS) or campus employment (CE) must meet all the general eligibility requirements for Title IV financial aid programs and continue to show demonstrated financial need. Read more about student employment.

    Paperwork Requirements

    In addition to the basic federal requirements, a student must:

    • File the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) by the annual deadline (April 1).
    • Confirm eligibility by processing an official ACCEPT or DECLINE of the FWS or CE offer on Self-Service. In August, eligible, interested students will be emailed instructions on how to complete the necessary paperwork and online confidentiality agreement.