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Office of Financial Aid

Texas A&M University at Galveston offers many financial aid options to help you cover your college costs. Within this site, you will find information about applying for financial assistance, costs, types of aid and more. What is Financial Aid? Federal, state, institutional, and private fund(s) used to assist eligible students in funding their education. Financial aid can be a combination of scholarships, grants, loans, waivers, and student employment. Scholarships and grants are considered “free money,” and the student is not required to repay them.

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FinAid for Educators and FAAs | Important Financial Aid Telephone Numbers

Here are some of the most commonly called phone numbers for financial aid administrators and educators. In addition to the numbers listed below, see also the telephone number listings for guarantee agencies participating in the FFELP program and the State Higher Education Agencies. College Scholarship Service (CSS) For questions about the Financial Aid PROFILE form, call 1-609-771-7725. The TDD number for hearing-impaired individuals is 1-609-883-7051. FAFSA on the Web For general information about FAFSA on the Web, and for technical assistance, call 1-800-4-FED-AID.

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Attention:

Help & ContactWe are here to help you USC Financial Aid Office Main Office, University Park Campus Our full-time staff of trained professionals is available to assist you with your financial aid questions. There are several ways to contact us. Renovations and Winter Recess The Student Services Contact Center will be closed for renovations from December 19 to 23. During this time, we will respond to emails as soon as possible (usually within one day). Please note that we will be closed for Winter Recess from December 26, 2016, to January 2, 2017, and will be unavailable for email, phone or in-person support during that time.

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Financial Aid & Scholarships

NEW DISBURSEMENT OPTIONS Direct Deposit or GCCCD Cash CardSign Up NOW! Cuyamaca College offers a full array of financial aid programs available to full-time and part-time students. In 2014-15, Cuyamaca College administered over $16. 2 million worth of federal, state, private and institutional student aid. Funds are awarded to students in the form of grants, scholarships, loans, and work-study. Please use the information available through our website to learn more about financial aid eligibility requirements and the financial aid you might be eligible to receive.

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Net Price Calculator

This calculator is a tool that can help you determine how college financial aid is awarded. Do you qualify?  Start the Calculator Keep in mind the following: This calculator provides estimates of need-based aid. All financial aid at Amherst is based on demonstrated financial need. There are no merit-based or athletic awards. The contribution estimated here is only as reliable as the data you enter. The family contribution (FC) may vary among colleges according to their own institutional policies and professional judgments. Amherst College uses the basic guidelines of the College Scholarship Service's Institutional Methodology to determine family contributions.

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Units Required

Financial aid awards are based on your eligibility and financial need, they are initially offered based on full-time enrollment. The number of units in which you are actually enrolled may impact the amount of financial aid you receive for various aid programs. Please note the number of units your are enrolled in does not include courses for which you are waitlisted. Final enrollment for a semester is measured at Census (the last day of the add/drop period of the semester). Prior to Census, Financial Aid awards are revised for students enrolled in less than full-time status to match eligibility based on the actual number of units in which students are officially enrolled.

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How to Apply for Financial Aid

Skip sectionHow to Apply for Financial Aid Montgomery College strives to make the financial aid application process as easy as possible. Here are the steps you need to follow to apply for financial aid.   Complete your financial aid application by the priority deadline ofMarch 1 for the fall semesterandNovember 1 for the spring semesterto ensure your financial aid award is approved, accepted, and applied to your account before classes start. You may still apply for financial aid after the priority deadlines; learn more about late applications.

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Financial Support | The Graduate School | NC State University

Skip to main content NC State offers graduate students a broad range of financial assistance options that help with tuition and living expenses while they are pursuing their advanced degrees. Graduate students may receive financial support through fellowships/traineeships, teaching assistantships, research assistantships, service assistantships, federal work-study programs, and loans. We offer a broad range of financial aid at the graduate level, including assistantships, fellowships, loans, work-study programs, and research grants. Please note that fellowships, traineeships, and grants are outright awards and require no service in return.

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Qatar Foundation Loan Program

Qatar Foundation offers need-based financial assistance through the Hamad Bin Khalifa Financial Aid Program to help students meet the financial obligations of their universities. Financial aid given to students through this program is in the form of loans. In exchange for the loans awarded, students will be expected upon graduation to repay the full amount of the loan according to a repayment plan or to participate in a paid service program at an organization in Qatar approved by Qatar Foundation. The Financial Aid Committee at Qatar Foundation will determine financial need according to a uniform method of need analysis.

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FinAid for Educators and FAAs | Notable Quotes about Financial Aid

This page contains a collection of notable quotes about higher education and financial aid. Quotes About Education and Money "But before any great things are accomplished, a memorable change must be made in the system of Education and knowledge must become so general as to raise the lower ranks of Society nearer to the higher. The Education of a Nation, instead of being confined to a few schools & Universities, for the instruction of the few, must become the National Care and expence, for the information of the Many. " - John Adams, in a letter to Matthew Robinson Jr.

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