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Financial Aid Information

Students have access to various types of financial aid to help cover the costs of higher education. These include grants, scholarships, federal work-study programs, and student loans (both federal and private). Grants and scholarships do not need to be repaid, while loans require repayment with interest. Completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is typically the first step in accessing federal financial aid, while additional applications may be required for grants or scholarships.

Financial aid is available for all types of postsecondary institutions - not just college. You should look into financial aid opportunities if you are planning on attending a college/university, a career/technical program, an apprenticeship, or other postsecondary institution! 

FAFSA Information

The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is a form used by colleges and career schools to determine how much financial aid you are eligible to receive, which could include grants, scholarships, work-study funds, and loans. Any student who wants to be considered for federal, state, and school financial aid programs should complete the FAFSA. 

FAFSA Help & Tools

Types of Financial Aid