How to Apply for Financial Aid

Upcoming Deadline

March 15, 2023

Financial Aid Deadline

Transfer

Let’s take the guesswork out of financial aid. We’ll walk you through the application process step by step.

Choose your citizenship and decision plan below to see your financial aid application deadlines and requirements. Make sure to review the step-by-step instructions to ensure you’re considered for need-based scholarships and work-study opportunities.

Have questions about applying for financial aid? Our financial aid advisers are dedicated to helping you and your family understand the process. If you need assistance, you can reach out to us.

Financial Aid Deadlines

Decision
Plan
Application Deadline Financial Aid Deadline
Early Decision I November 1, 2022 November 15, 2022
Early Decision II January 3, 2023 January 15, 2023
Regular Decision & Returning Undergrads January 3, 2023 January 15, 2023
Transfer Students
Additional Transfer Information
March 1, 2023 March 15, 2023

I am applying as a:

Domestic Student*

*You’re considered a domestic applicant if you’re a U.S. citizen, permanent resident, eligible non-citizen, or have DACA or undocumented status.

After You Submit

  1. Once we receive your FAFSA and CSS Profile, we may find we need additional information, such as a tax return or other verification of your family’s income. If so, you’ll get an email from IDOC, the College Board’s document upload service, letting you know the next steps.
  2. We’ll use the information you provide in your financial aid application to figure out what you and your family can expect to contribute toward your college costs.
  3. We’ll reach out via email if there’s anything else we need to determine your financial aid offer.
  4. To continue receiving financial aid, you must reapply each year. While most families’ financial aid offers stay the same, changes to your financial circumstances may impact your eligibility.

International Student

After You Submit

  1. We’ll use the information that you provided in your financial aid application to figure out what you and your family can expect to contribute toward your college costs.
  2. We’ll reach out via email if there’s anything else we need to determine your financial aid offer.

Estimate your College Costs

We have tools to help you and your family understand what your financial aid offer could look like.

View Our Estimation Tools

Your Financial Aid Questions Answered

Hear from our Student Financial Support team about the costs of college, what goes into our financial aid offers, and strategies for covering your college costs. We offer sessions for both U.S. and international applicants.

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