Paying for college is an important investment in your future, but like all big investments it can leave you feeling a little breathless.
That’s why we’re here. The Office of Financial Aid is your guide and your resource for helping to make college affordable. Have questions? We’ll find answers. Want to apply for financial aid and scholarships? We’ll point you in the right direction. Need more funding? We know where to look for additional sources.
- Forms, Guides and Resources
Here, you'll find helpful forms, guides and resources for the financial aid process. Learn more.
- Financial Aid Basics
“Financial aid” is a broad term that encompasses a variety of options, from gift aid that you don't have to repay and loans that must be repaid, to employment such as work-study or assistantships. Learn more.
- Types of Aid
Financial aid is usually grouped into two main categories: gift aid and self-help aid. Learn more.
- Managing Costs
The first step to managing college costs is fully understanding the expenses you will have as a college student, such as tuition and fees, housing, books and personal expenses. Learn more.
- Maintaining Eligibility
In addition to clarifying the academic progress requirements required for financial aid recipients, this section addresses the consequences of withdrawals and dropped classes. Learn more.
- For Parents
We’ll guide you and your student through the aid process, help you find funding sources, and strategize the best plan for your family. Learn more.
- Contact Us
Learn how to contact us in person, or by telephone, fax, email and online chat. Learn more.