Apply for Financial Aid
Applying for Financial Aid
To maximize your award possibilities, complete and mail all documentation as soon after January 1 as possible. Some aid programs are awarded on a first-come, first-serve basis and an early application receives priority consideration!
Step 1: Free Application For Federal Student Aid
Your first step in determining your eligibility is to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). The application is available in three formats:
FAFSA on the Web
This easy, quick and secure method automatically checks for errors. Be sure to have all your information with you when you start the process. (i.e. Your tax returns and Parent's tax returns for students who are required to submit parental information.)
Renewal FAFSA on the Web
Students who applied for aid last year can use their U.S. Department of Education Pin Number to access the renewal FAFSA. Most of your information is already in the system. All you need to do is update the information!
You can request a paper copy of the FAFSA from your high school counselor or stop by our office. We have plenty of applications and student guides.
Be sure to list our school code (Title IV Code: 003176) to ensure that we will receive your FAFSA information for award processing.
Have you forgotten your pin number?
Do you have a pin number?
No worries! Request a Pin Number
Parents can also request a pin number! Only one parent needs to request a pin number and the parent can use their individual pin number to sign each of their student's FAFSA.