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A quality education should be available to everyone who desires one. At Daymar College, we match available funds to eligible students. Grants, loans and institutional tuition assistance/scholarships may be available in a variety of combinations to assist students and their families in obtaining funds to cover the cost of attending Daymar College. In addition, individuals with military affiliations may qualify for GI Bill or VA benefits to assist in paying for their education. Also, state funding and/or employer or private tuition assistance may be available. Learn more about these programs by speaking with Financial Services.
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Federal Student Aid, a part of the U.S. Department of Education, is the largest provider of student financial aid in the nation. The office of Federal Student Aid provides more than $150 billion in federal grants, loans, and work-study funds each year to more than 13 million students paying for college or career school.
To begin the process to determine if you qualify for federal grants, loans and work-study funds, all you have to do is apply at www.fafsa.ed.gov.
The Federal Pell Grant is for all students who demonstrate a significant degree of need. The amount of this award is determined by the student’s eligibility and enrollment status. The need is determined by completing a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).
Each year the College is allocated supplemental grant money to assist students who demonstrate appropriate financial need. FSEOG is awarded to those students with the lowest expected family contribution who also receive Pell Grants. Students must have unmet need in order to receive the FSEOG award.
The Academic Competitiveness grant is awarded to undergraduate students who are Pell Grant-eligible and meet specific eligibility requirements. The maximum award for a first year eligible student is $750; the maximum award for a second year eligible student is $1300.
For students who excel academically, there are opportunities for scholarships. All academic scholarships are reserved for first-time, full-time students who maintain a grade point average of at least 3.0. Scholarships are also available for high school seniors and alumni.
The financial aid process is not something you go through every day. It can be complex and unfamiliar. Fortunately, the staff in our Financial Services Department have been trained on the financial aid process inside and out. They've helped countless students in your position assess their finances, organize checklists and go step-by-step through the various applications for loans and grants.
Military students who are serving on active duty or in one of the reserve or National Guard components and eligible family members may use their educational benefits at Daymar College. You can see a full list of benefits and programs you may be eligible for as a military member, veteran or spouse/dependent of a military member or veteran. The staff in our Financial Services Department will serve as your specific point of contact on matters related to military benefits. Tuition costs are the same for military members, however, the college follows the guidance from the U.S. Department of Education related to special circumstances when military are called to duty. Please speak with the staff in the Financial Services Department for more information.
You can rely on our Financial Services Department to answer your questions and help you obtain those necessary funds to make your dream come true. We emphasize the "aid" in financial aid at Daymar College. Make the decision to call us today for application resources and other helpful information. Your education is a significant investment in yourself and your future. Take the initiative and know all your options for financing your education.