Many options are available to help you pay for an education that will benefit you for a lifetime. Review the Types of Aid and complete the following steps.
To Apply for Financial Aid
|Complete the Application for Admission
Be accepted as a student.
|Complete a Free Application for Federal Aid (FAFSA).
The FAFSA may be completed online at fafsa.gov. Learn More
Work with an enrollment guide to determine how much institutional aid you can receive.
|Pay Reservation Deposit
The reservation deposit is a $350 investment that reserves the following for NEW students:
The reservation deposit is non-refundable for accepted students, but is applied towards the student’s account and subtracted from monies owed to the institution. Should the student receive scholarships and grants other that institutional aid and in excess of monies required, that student shall receive a refund in the appropriate amount of excess monies. Pay Now
|Sign and Return the Award Letter
After we process your application, you will receive an award letter that describes the financial aid package that is available to you. Sign and return the award letter by the date indicated on the letter so that you will be sure to receive the award.
Be prepared to pay your college bill according to the college's Financial Summary until your financial aid award is finalized (see College Catalog). Click here to see a complete list of tuition and fees for the 2011-2012 school year.
If you borrow money from the Direct Loan program or another loan program, be aware that borrowed money must be repaid.
Government - www.StudentLoans.gov
Private - www.PrivateStudentLoans.com/compare/
To search for additional scholarships click here.
Net Price Calculator
We're happy you are beginning to explore how to plan and pay for your college education. Using the net price calculator, you can find out your eligibility for financial aid and estimate your out-of-pocket expenses. Rather than shy away from applying due to perceived costs, use the results from the net price calculator to make informed decisions about college affordability.
Click Here to use the net price calculator