Financial Aid

Financial Aid is money that is given, paid or loaned to student to help pay for your college or vocational training. It helps eligible students pay for educational expenses at an eligible postsecondary school (e.g. college, career college, graduate school). There are several types of financial aid for college students:

To qualify for financial aid, you will need to fill out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).

Federal Grants

Federal funding given as awards and do not require repayment. Take a look.

State Grants

State funding given as awards and do not require repayment. Take a look.

Scholarships

Funding given as awards and do not require repayment. Take a look.

Work-Study

This allows you to earn money for your education (Off-campus community service work opportunities are provided through the Federal Work-Study Program. On- and off-campus work-study employment assignments are coordinated by the Financial Planning Services Office). Take a look.

Loans

Funding borrowed from a lending institution. You are required to repay the loan amount and interest fees. Take a look.