Data-Retrieval tool down since March 9th. Read more.
Attending college is a great investment in your future. The purpose of financial aid is to assist with the cost of higher education. Many families need assistance to help offset the cost of education. Never assume that you will not qualify for financial assistance. There are many types of financial aid available to help manage the cost of your education, such as grants, loans, Federal Work-Study opportunities, and scholarships.
For information regarding financial aid and your bill, click here.
If you have an active financial aid application you can charge your books at the bookstore. For more information click here.
|Students Rights and Responsibilities||Transfer Open House March 2017||Creating an FSA ID|
|Award Terms and Conditions 2017-2018||Managing College Cost Orientation Spring 2017||7 Easy Steps to FAFSA|
|Financial Aid and Your Student Account||Loan Repayment 2016||Using the IRS Data Retrieval Tool on the FAFSA (temporarily down)|
|FAQ||Financiando Costo Universitario 2016-2017||Requesting a Tax Return Transcript from the IRS|
|Federal Direct Subsidized/Unsubsidized Loan||Completing Entrance Counseling|
|Federal Direct Parent PLUS Loan||Completing a Direct Subsidized/Unsubsidized Loan MPN|
|Federal Direct Graduate PLUS Loan||Completing a Direct Parent PLUS Loan|
What is exit counseling and do I have to complete it? (show/hide »)
Exit counseling is designed to inform you of the grace period, interest rates, repayment options and incentives, and terms and conditions of your loans, as well as the availability of deferment, forbearance and consolidation. An important thing to note, students are only offered a grace period once, if you use your grace period and then return to school, repayment will begin immediately after you graduate. Exit counseling for Federal Direct Subsidized/Unsubsidized loans can be found at www.studentloans.gov and for Federal Perkins loans at www.ecsi.net.