We are keenly aware that many students cannot afford the increasing cost of a college education without financial assistance. The Office of Financial Aid is staffed with experienced counselors to assist students and parents in completing the financial aid process.
Eligible students receive a combination of aid including federal and state grants, scholarships, work study, and student loans. Every effort is made to allocate the limited pool of institutional funds to as many eligible students as possible.
Apply for FAFSA
The Free Application for Federal Student Aid is a form prepared annually by current and prospective college students in the United States to determine their eligibility for financial aid.
The FAFSA application is required of all students seeking federal financial aid (including loans). The completed application is to be
submitted to the Office of Financial Aid or the federal application processor.
The FAFSA should not be confused with the CSS Profile, which is also required by some colleges.
Project Success Financial Literacy
Project Success Financial Literacy works to lower your student loan default rates; sponsor college access and success initiatives, and financial literacy programs; and provide resources to support student loan borrowers to successfully repay their loans.
The refund is the amount paid by our financial aid office or in cash minus any amount kept to cover charges for the period of enrollment. The amount the we retain is calculated according to our refund policy, which you can find in your student handbook.
Repayments are cash disbursed directly to you for payment of non-institution educational costs such as living expenses, determined to be greater than your expenses while you were enrolled, therefore must be returned to federal/state agencies.