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Financial Aid

Earning a university degree is an investment. Because we seek high-achieving students who have the greatest potential for success, we also work continually to ensure that there are financial opportunities available to support the costs of completing a degree.

Financial Aid Dates

March 31

November 1

February 15

For the 2012-2013 academic year, the University awarded $15.4 million in federal grants, and $7 million in state and institutional grants.

82 percent of students receive scholarships or financial aid.

The Office of Student Financial Assistance works with individual students to identify funding opportunities for which the student can apply. Such financial assistance can be in the form of grants, scholarships, federal loan programs, and campus employment. We also offer tuition waivers, exemptions, installment payment plans, and credit card payments.

Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)