We offer financial aid through a combination of grants, scholarships, on-campus work opportunities and loans.
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Financial aid is awarded based on your merit, financial need or both. Learn more about need and financial aid eligibility.
Merit-based scholarships are awarded based on academic achievement, particular skills or special characteristics. You do not have to repay merit-based scholarships.
Merit-based student financial aid takes into account factors including the following:
Need-based aid is awarded to students who demonstrate financial need based on the results of the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Eligibility is determined by your family’s income if you are dependent, or your income if you are independent. Examples of need-based aid include university, state and federal aid such as Pell Grants.
There are three general types of need-based aid:
There are many options for financial assistance for college students, but which options are best for you?
There are three main forms of financial aid: