Tuition checklist - simple steps to decide if you are in need of financial aid.
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Tuition checklist

Congratulations! You've been accepted. Now what?

Determine your tuition (either annually or by semester) costs and decide if you are in need of financial aid.

If you are in need, follow these simple steps:

1) Apply for federal student aid using FAFSA (FYI: you will need these documents before you begin).

2) Review your Student Aid Report (SAR) to determine if your financial needs have been met. Often, federal student aid does not cover all tuition costs.

3) If you still need more money for college, gather all appropriate information needed to fill out an application for a Quick-To-Learn loan. Remember, the Quick-To-Learn loan may be used for:
  1. Room & Board
  2. Lab Fees
  3. A laptop
  4. Studying abroad
  5. Other education related expenses

4) Apply.

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