Types of Financial Aid
What would it cost you to attend
You can estimate your costs for the upcoming year by looking at the Cost of Attendance (COA) or budget. This will give you the cost of tuition, room and board, books and supplies, travel, and miscellaneous personal expenses.
Types of Aid
Students that demonstrate financial need through the FAFSA may qualify for aid from either the federal or state government. Grants do not have to be paid back.
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Borrowed money to help pay for school now from the federal government or from private financial sources that the student must pay back later.
This is a limited program that is subsidized by the federal government to allow students the opportunity to work on campus or for a nonprofit. This is a n
File your FAFSA
By filing your FAFSA, you’re automatically considered for state and federal aid, federal loans, and federal work-study programs. Some programs require more steps to complete the application process. For more information, contact a Financial Aid representative at 260-481-6820 or firstname.lastname@example.org.