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Using an EFC that you supplied, this is an estimate of how much you could receive attending
. Your actual award eligibility may vary based on your specific situation.
If you have not already done so, calculate your actual EFC using the FAFSA.
Your estimated Cost of Attendance is based on enrollment status. Note: Your COA is only a financial aid budget amount used to help determine your aid eligibility. The COA is not what you owe or what you will be billed.
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COST PER CREDIT
Federal Unsubsidized Stafford Loan
Total Estimated billed cost
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Total Estimated Cost of Attendance
Your Financial Need
Estimated Cost Of Attendance - Expected Family Contribution (EFC) = Financial Need
Your financial aid cannot exceed your financial need.
Estimated Cost of Attendance
Expected Family Contribution (EFC)
The percent of full-time, first-time students that received grant aid in was %.
Please note: These estimates do not represent a final determination, or actual award, of financial assistance or a final net price; they are only estimates based on price of attendance and financial aid provided to students in 2014-2015. Price of attendance and financial aid availability changes year to year. These estimates shall not be binding on the Secretary of Education, the institution of higher education, or the State.
Not all students receive financial aid. In , % of our full-time students enrolling for college for the first time received grant/scholarship aid. Whether or not students are eligible for grants and scholarships, work-study and loans could be available. Students enrolled full-time are more likely to receive more aid. Students must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) each year in order to determine their eligibility for Federal financial aid that includes Federal grant, loan, or work-study assistance. For more information on applying for Federal student aid, go to: http://www.fafsa.gov
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