Federal School Codes are unique 6-digit codes assigned to schools in North Dakota and all other states by the United States Department of Education. The Federal School Code is used on the FAFSA application for student financial aid, and for this reason it is also known as a FAFSA School Code. The primary benefit of the FAFSA application is that it is used to to apply for aid from both the federal government and from North Dakota at the same time. You can list up to ten Federal School Codes on any one FAFSA application.
Select a school to retrieve its Federal School Code:
When filing a FAFSA for student financial aid, you can use the services of a professional FAFSA Preparer,
or you can file without professional help for free using paper or digital forms from the Dept of Education.