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For priority consideration for Grace University scholarships and grants, and your greatest opportunity for financial aid, you will need to complete the following steps:
The FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) must be completed each year to receive federal aid. Federal aid includes loans, grants, and work study. You can file a FAFSA on the internet at www.fafsa.ed.gov.
To complete your FAFSA on the web you must first request a PIN (Personal Identification Number) at www.pin.ed.gov. The Department of Education will send you your PIN via email. This will be used to electronically sign the FAFSA, which must be done by both the student and their parent.
The FAFSA should be filed as soon as possible after January 1st, with a priority date of completion by March 1st.
After your have fully completed the FAFSA process, you will receive a Student Aid Report (SAR). This report lists the Expected Family Contribution - the amount for which the Department of Education has determined the student is responsible to pay. This amount determines the amount students receive in scholarships and loans.
Awards listed in the Student Aid Report are represented in annual amounts. Unless otherwise noted, scholarship and grant recipients are required to be full-time. Additional guidelines for specific awards may apply. Details regarding financial aid packages are available through the Grace University Financial Aid Office. The Scholarship Committee has final authority regarding all packages. You must apply for financial aid in order to receive it.
The Financial Aid Office will determine the best possible package for each student. Grace University scholarships and grants MAY be applied against tuition only, have no cash value, and are valid for a maximum of four years. Scholarships and grants are subject to change without notice.
Every student must re-apply for aid in the spring of each year in order to receive financial aid for the following school year. We re-evaluate your expected eligibility each year based on your current financial circumstances. We also revise the estimated cost of attendance to reflect any changes in tuition, room and board charges.
Typically, a student's financial aid eligibility remains fairly constant from year to year. However, there are some factors that can lead to a change in eligibility, such as:
The University does not provide application fee waivers to international students, nor are they eligible for federal or university need-based financial aid. However, there are some resources that may be of assistance to international students.
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