While most students’ financial aid need will be covered by grants and loans, students should explore financial aid from outside sources to reduce the amount of loan borrowed. This page provides information on scholarship opportunities as well as internet sites that may be helpful. Students should avoid search services and financial aid consultants that charge a fee for their services. These services can be expensive and do not guarantee results.
While the Office of Student Affairs makes every attempt to provide current and complete financial resource information, this list is by no means comprehensive. Students should look for sources of funding based on a variety of factors including, but not limited to, gender, race, ethnicity, religion, geographic location, where parents work, etc. Programs, deadlines, and eligibility requirements are constantly changing. Please review the program links carefully. Student Affairs cannot assume responsibility for the information provided.
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