Student Financial Aid & Scholarships is here to help
The Office of Student Financial Aid & Scholarships aims to help make a University education more affordable. Learn more about financial aid, scholarships, loans and more.
How much does it cost to attend the University
Costs vary based on student type, degree choice and personal background. Costs are represented in three ways:
- The Undergraduate Estimated Costs provides an understanding of estimated minimal costs for planning purposes.
- Student Budgets estimate the cost of attendance including things like room and board and personal expenses.
- The Net Price Calculator shows costs after grants and scholarships are considered.
What is Financial Aid?
Financial Aid is help given to students to make higher education more affordable.
Types of Financial Aid
- Scholarships are free monies offered for academic achievement.
- Grants & Work Study are offered based on financial need.
- Loans are offered to help finance remaining costs.
- Fellowships are competitive external awards that offer substantial funding to students
Getting Started with Financial Aid
- To request Financial Aid, students must first submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). The priority deadline is February 1 and the new aid year FAFSA opens October 1.
- Find the materials you need in the Forms & Documents section
- Frequently Asked Questions
- Contact a Financial Aid counselor