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Financial Aid

We understand that your education is a significant investment and, as you move through your degree program, we are here to help answer your questions! You can always reach out to We will help answer your question or forward you to your specific financial aid counselor.

Most Financial Aid information applies to both current and prospective students. Visit Financial Aid on for detailed information about Cost of Attendance, Financial Aid policies and more!

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Renewing your Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA):

All students must reapply for financial aid each year! All on-campus, daytime undergraduate students are required to renew their FAFSA by March 1 and submit required financial aid documents to complete their file by May 1. Missing these deadlines may result in a loss or reduction of financial aid, including grants and work-study, even if you are eligible.


If you are granted a work-study award, you should:

  1. Review open work-study and department-funded positions on Workday.
  2. Contact the supervisor(s) listed in the position description to express your interest and request an interview. You may reach out to multiple supervisors to express interest in multiple positions.
  3. Discuss your potential job duties/responsibilities and the hours per week you wish to work, taking into consideration your academic class schedule.

Any student may be hired into a Department-funded student employment position, even if they don't or cannot submit a FAFSA. Department-funded positions are at the discretion of each department and their budgetary restrictions. Both work-study and department-funded positions are listed on Workday.

Contact Information
Clarke Hall 143
Mail Code: A-10

Did You Know?

Financial Aid counselors are available for Zoom meetings. Email for scheduling. Walk-ins available Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.