Federal Financial Aid

There are three types of financial aid from the federal government available to help you meet your educational expenses:

  1. Grants - Gift Aid that does not have to be repaid
  2. Loans - Money borrowed to cover school costs, which must be repaid (with interest) over a specified period of time (after you have dropped below half time enrollment, left school, or graduated)
  3. Federal Work-Study - Employment that enables you to earn money through part-time employment during periods of enrollment.

For more information about Federal Programs, visit the Financial Aid Office's website

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