Your aid package may be composed of different types of financial aid awards from different funding sources. Listed below are descriptions of aid types applicable for your career. You may or may not be eligible depending on the awarding restrictions of each fund. You are also encouraged to visit your school's or program's website to learn of any additional funding opportunities or aid programs administered outside of the Office of Financial Aid. Additionally, general information about all federal aid programs can be found at Federal Student Aid at a Glance.
The Office of Financial Aid is committed to ensuring compliance with federal, state, and university guidelines while providing exceptional customer service to families seeking financial aid assistance. We understand that our role is one of a trusted advisor and approach our professional duties with the highest ethical standards. Please click HERE for a full description of our Operating Principles for Student Loan Provider Relationships.
Grants and scholarships are funding sources which do not need to be repaid. These amounts can be determined based on demonstrated need or academic merit.
Student loans are money which is borrowed to help pay for university tuition, books, and living expenses.
Employment allows students to gain valuable work experience and is a practical way to contribute to the cost of education.