If you haven’t already received your personalized financial aid package and you know your FAFSA was sent to Villa, it should be delivered to your mailbox any day. You’ll want to open that envelope right away and take a really careful look at your award letter. This letter will list all the financial aid you’ve been offered to help you cover the cost of tuition.
Don’t forget, books and supplies are free at Villa Maria College, so you don’t have to worry about paying for those. There are also other opportunities for you to earn money that can go towards your tuition, like the College’s Work Study Program.
The Financial Aid Offices uses the information you provided on your FAFSA and some other factors to come up with your financial aid package. If you feel you have extenuating circumstances that were not represented in your FAFSA, we’ll work with you as much as possible to make sure college is affordable for you.
Financial aid can be confusing but it’s a huge part of going to college. Villa Maria’s Financial Aid and Admissions teams will walk you all the way through the process. If you have questions at any point, reach out to Aimee Murch, our director of financial aid, at [email protected].