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Student Financial Aid Office

Attending college is a great investment in your future.  The purpose of financial aid is to assist with the cost of higher education.  Many families need assistance to help offset the cost of education. Never assume that you will not qualify for financial assistance. There are many types of financial aid available to help manage the cost of your education, such as grants, loans, Federal Work-Study opportunities, and scholarships. 

Note: Students and parents who completed the FAFSA and indicated "Will File" must update their tax information once taxes have been filed. Failure to do so could delay the issuing of an award notification.

On May 27, 2015 due to a security breach the IRS temporarily disabled the process to request Tax Return Transcripts online.  Students and parents can still use the IRS Data Retrieval Tool on the FAFSA or request a transcript by mail. For additional information click here.


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