Central Processing System (CPS)

What is a CPS?

A Central Processing System, or CPS, compares data on the FAFSA with databases from other government agencies.

What does a CPS do?

The CPS is operated by the Federal Student Aid (FSA).

The Federal Student Aid (FSA) uses the Central Processing System (CPS) to process FAFSA applications, determining financial aid eligibility under Title IV. Results are sent to institutions via the Student Aid Internet Gateway system.

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