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The best place to start when looking for financial aid is through the federal government, for federal grants, loans and work study opportunities.
The Federal grants consist of the Pell Grant and the SEOG Grant, which are need based grants and given to students with the lowest demonstrated financial need. The Federal loans are low–interest loans that fall under the jurisdiction of the William D. Ford Federal Direct Loan Program as part of the U.S. Department of Education’s Direct Loan Program. Work study opportunities are jobs for students who have a demonstrated financial need.
If you’re interested in applying for this federal aid, first meet with a financial aid officer – at the South University campus location of your choice – who can help to develop a financial aid plan based on your specific set of circumstances and explain what aid programs are available and their requirements. Financial aid is available to those students who qualify.
The Direct education loan program offers the following types of loans:
To get the financial aid process started, complete the free application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) form online at www.fafsa.ed.gov.
A Veterans Affairs official is available at each of our campuses and online to assist students with benefit information and financial aid options.
South University provides a need-based Institutional Grant to students who demonstrate financial need and are attending as full-time undergraduate students.