ISAC Gift Assistance Programs (GAP) Access
ISAC Gift Assistance Programs Access (or GAP Access) is the portal through which online interactions for the purpose of data inquiries, eligibility announcements and payment requests for ISAC-administered programs are conducted. Due to the confidential nature of the student-specific data involved, a secure authentication process is required before access can be granted.
Assigning an Administrator
The links to each chapter of the GAP Access User Guide below provide step-by-step instructions for activating accounts for administrators and users of the GAP Access portal. ISAC will rely on an administrator (contact person) at each institution to authorize users. The GAP Access Administrator will ultimately be responsible for monitoring passwords, staff access, and security for a variety of ISAC programs. The initial request for institutional access should be made by the Financial Aid Director.
Ultimately, one entry point, user name and password will be used to gain access to all programs to which a user has been granted access by their school’s administrator. As additional ISAC gift assistance programs are added to the GAP Access portal, the administrator must access the User Maintenance area and update the program access and level for each user.
GAP Access User Guide
General questions, user name and password maintenance, and technical information about GAP Access can be answered in the User Guide.
- Activating Your GAP Access Primary Administrator Account
- Activating Other GAP Access Administrators
- Activating GAP Access User Accounts
If you have a question about information that is not addressed in the Guide, contact a School Services Representative.
This link takes you to the GAP Access Login page. Once your account has been activated, enter your user name and password to gain access to administrator and user maintenance functions, as well as any ISAC Gift Assistance Program currently available.
MAP Processing System
Access the PDF versions of the PowerPoint presentations used during webinars discussing the various MAP processing functions on the Partner Training page. Refer to the MAP Electronic Processing page to access the MAP User Guide.