Students seeking financial aid are required to apply every year using the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Learn about recent changes to the FAFSA and view step-by-step FAFSA videos for help with the application. Although applying for financial aid is basically the same for all students, there are additional requirements and/or rules for different populations.
Beginning Fall 2013, students who are unable to prove they are legally present in the United States, may qualify for in-state tuition and may apply for some types of financial aid if all the eligibility criteria are met.
Students who are eligible to receive veterans educational benefits will work with our office to have their benefits certified.
Students enrolled in a concurrent bachelor's and master's degree program will see a change in their financial aid eligibility when graduate student status is met.
If you are not formally admitted into an undergraduate program, but would like to enroll in preparatory courses necessary for admission, you may enroll through Continuing Education. Federal loans may be available to you on a limited basis.
International students are not eligible for federal financial aid. You may apply for federal aid by completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) if you become an eligible non-citizen. The Office of International Education may have other resources available.