Navigating the financial aid process can be challenging at times. Don’t worry. We’re ready to lead the way. Our team is here to help you take advantage of all the available resources so that you can maximize aid and minimize your long-term investment.
Applying for Aid
Stay on top of the financial aid process. Learn which forms to submit and when to send them.
Naturally, you want to know how much aid you are getting. The process of awarding aid is ongoing, but there are a few guidelines to keep in mind.
Estimate Cost Before Aid
See expected costs for your intended program of study and residency status and monitor expected aid once you apply and submit required documents.
Put your financial aid plan into action
Explore your options and learn about important deadlines.
Provided you are eligible, grants are a preferred way to pay for college expenses. Grants are based on financial need and do not need to be paid back. Completing a FAFSA is the only application required for federal grants.
Another preferred aid option, scholarships are an excellent way to cover costs and do not need to be paid back. Some scholarships can be renewed in future years. Others are specifically for one year or one semester. You must apply for scholarships.
The Federal Work-Study Program allows you to work in offices across campus in a part-time position related to your major. Compensation is in the form of a paycheck, which can be used to cover educational expenses.
Get Free Help
Schedule a one-on-one virtual meeting or phone call with a Financial Aid Team member for FAFSA completion assistance or to get answers to your questions. Open to students and parents.
Financial Aid Handbook
Making a financial plan, knowing which applications to complete, and finding funding can be a daunting set of tasks. Unsure where to start? You've come to the right place. Financial Aid Handbook has answers to the most commonly asked financial aid questions, a helpful budget worksheet, transfer checklist, and more.
Tuition & Fees
Planning ahead for your eBill? Smart thinking. In addition to tuition, you can expect to find several other fees on your eBill. Here’s a preview of common charges.
First-Year Cost Estimator
In addition to tuition, each program has unique expenses like books and tools. Use the estimator to plan your start-up costs.
Eligible students can split their bill up into smaller payments over the first twelve weeks of the semester. Just pay a $30 enrollment fee plus a 20% down on tuition, housing, and related fees and you’re in.