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Financial aid is a broad term used to refer to the different ways students can help pay for college.  Financial aid includes need-based grants, institutional money, loans, work study and scholarships.

 

A grant is money that does not need to be paid back.

 

A loan is money that needs to be paid back.  Some loans require that the student begin to pay back the amount loaned while still a student and others require the student to begin paying back the loan 6 months after graduation.

 

Work study refers to part time jobs on campus which helps pay for tuition.

 

Scholarships are awards given to students based on merit, including academic performance, special talents, and other specific criteria. Not all scholarships are based on financial need.  Click here for more information on scholarships available through Naviance. Each week new scholarships will be introduced to students through the Scholarship Bin in the CCC, AD 241.

 

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Eligibility for Financial Aid

Need is determined by the federal government and is based on information students and parents provide on the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) form. This form may be obtained and ...more