Student Financial Assistance & Education
We believe that all students should develop a spending plan and make wise decisions before borrowing any money to finance their education.
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Our goal is to provide assistance to any student who seeks to obtain funding to finance the cost of their education.
All students receiving funds through the University including financial aid, merit awards, grants and scholarships, must complete a FAFSA.
If you are receiving financial aid from any source (federal, state, university, school, program, private scholarship and/or private loans), you must also complete:
Note: Your FAFSA must be valid. Funds will not be awarded or posted until the Office of Student Financial Assistance & Education (SFAE) has received these forms.
Several programs are available to assist borrowers with loan repayment. Learn more to determine if you may qualify: