Federal Pell Grant
Details: Does not have to be repaid. Available only to undergraduates
Award Amounts: Up to $6,345 per academic year. Total amount not to exceed the equivalent of six years of funding.
Federal Work-Study is available for on-campus and local Kansas City metro area students. Federal Work-Study is a program that allows eligible students with financial need as determined by FAFSA to earn money toward their education expenses through part-time employment.
Work-Study Student FAQ
Subsidized Loans: Loan must be repaid with interest. For undergraduate students; U.S. Department of Education may pay interest while borrower is in school and during grace and deferment periods; student must be attending at least half-time and have financial need. Award Amounts: $3,500–$5,500, depending on grade level.
Unsubsidized Loans: Loan must be repaid with interest. For undergraduate and graduate students; borrower is responsible for all interest; student must be enrolled at least half-time; financial need is not required. Award Amounts: $5,500–$20,500 (less any subsidized amount received for the same period), depending on grade level and dependency status.
For total lifetime limits and current interest rates, go to StudentAid.gov/sub-unsub. To obtain loans, students must also complete master promissory note and entrance counseling at studentaid.gov.
The Office of Financial Aid has established a set of principles and policies to govern educational lending practices for undergraduate, graduate and professional students. Our staff will follow this Code of Conduct to ensure the integrity of the student loan process.
The Student Loan Code of Conduct is available for review
QUESTIONS ABOUT FINANCIAL AID?
For questions, please schedule a call with our Financial Aid Counselor or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can use the Net Price Calculator to see an estimate of the scholarships and other financial aid you may be eligible to receive.