A member of our Financial Services staff will meet with you personally to help you determine the financial assistance that may be available to you. The college currently participates in Federal Pell Grants, Direct Loans, Plus Loans, SEOG and private programs to help students defray the cost of their education.
The primary purpose of financial aid is to provide monetary assistance to students who can benefit from a post-secondary education, but who cannot do so without financial assistance. It is believed that when an individual has the opportunity to develop his or her capacity, that person not only enhances him or herself, but contributes greatly to our society.
Speak with your admissions representative about setting up your personal financial aid interview when you come in for a tour of the campus.
Attention Students and Parents!
Under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act's (ARRA) newly created American Opportunity Tax Credit, textbook and other course material expenses - along with tuition and fees incurred in 2009 and 2010 not covered by scholarships or grants - may be claimed as a tax credit on that year's tax return!