All students applying for scholarships, exemptions, waivers, grants and any Title IV aid must fill out a FAFSA before the student is can be awarded or complete the online scholarship application.
News Flash For First-Time Loan Borrowers
Federal rules are changing for borrowers who receive funds from the Direct Subsidized loan program, for the first-time, after July 1st, 2013.
Click the link below for an interactive explanation from Federal Student Aid, an office of the US Department of Education, which explains the new rules.
If you paid qualified tuition and fees, or received scholarships and grants, in the previous calendar year, please visit this site for instructions on how to obtain your form. Medical and Dental students that graduated in 2014 actually paid/received their tuition/scholarships in the fall of 2013 and will not receive a form for the 2014 calendar year. For additional questions please contact the Bursar’s office at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For information from the IRS about why the 1098-T is important to Student and Parents, please click here.