Understanding Financial Aid
The Office of Financial Aid is here to assist current students with any of their financial concerns. They provide more detailed frequently asked questions that you can review on their website.
Review our current student tuition and fees breakdown. Please note, that the tuition and fees given below are subject to change. The Board of Education reserves the right to change fees without notice as conditions necessitate.
Federal Student Aid [FSA] is education funding from the federal government (Department of Education). Federal student aid funds may cover tuition and fees, room and board, books and supplies, and transportation. Types of federal student aid include grants, work-study and direct loans.
In order to assist students who are unable to meet the cost of financing a college education, the Office of Student Financial Aid administers an extensive program of scholarships, grants, loans, and part-time employment opportunities. Demonstrated financial need is the primary factor used in the awarding of financial aid, although some scholarships are given each year in recognition of superior academic achievement or special talent.
Review requirements, deadlines, and attend informational sessions through the Office of Financial Aid.