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Financial Aid Process at Notre Dame. Types of Aid. Scholarships. Institutional Scholarships. Part of the Admission Process No separate application Must have a completed file with the Admissions Office Notifications start in December Range from $8,000-full tuition Renewable.

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Financial aid process at notre dame

Financial Aid Process at Notre Dame


Types of aid

Types of Aid


Scholarships

Scholarships


Institutional scholarships

Institutional Scholarships

  • Part of the Admission Process

  • No separate application

  • Must have a completed file with the Admissions Office

  • Notifications start in December

  • Range from $8,000-full tuition

  • Renewable


State scholarships

State Scholarships

  • Available to MD residents

  • Could be transferred from other states

  • Know your legislators

    • www.mdelect.net

  • Could be renewable


External scholarships

External Scholarships

  • Search NOW!

  • Free process

  • Check our website

  • Guidance Office

  • Parents’ employers

  • Businesses

  • Organizations and Clubs


Grants

Grants


Financial aid process at notre dame

  • Scholarships are part of the plan for paying for college, but not the entire plan

  • Of students enrolled full-time at a 4-year college:

    • 0.3% get enough grants to cover the full cost of attendance (COA)

    • 1.0% get enough grants to cover 90 % or more of the COA

    • 3.4% get enough grants to cover 75 % or more of the COA

    • 14.3 % get enough grants to cover 50 % or more of the COA

      Source-”Top Ten Myths About Scholarships” presentation, 9/2011


Loans

Loans


Work study

Work Study

  • On-Campus or Off-Campus

  • Part-Time

  • Gain work experience

  • Flexible hours

  • Need-based

  • FAFSA benefit


Fafsa

FAFSA

  • Free Application for Federal Student Aid

  • www.fafsa.gov

  • Available January 1, 2012

  • Our deadline-2/15/12

  • Our code-002065

  • IRS Match


Financial aid process

Financial Aid Process

  • Apply (January-February)

  • Receive Award Letter (March-April)

  • Complete activation steps (May-June)

  • Receive funds twice a year (fall and spring) (September and February)

  • Apply again…


What to do now

What to do now?

  • Apply for a FAFSA PIN www.pin.ed.gov

    • PIN for a student

    • PIN for a parent

  • FAFSA4caster www.fafsa4caster.ed.gov (early estimate of federal aid)

  • Apply for admission


Online tools

Online tools

  • Net Price Calculator

  • College’s websites

  • College Navigator

  • Maryland Higher Education Commission


Special conditions

Special conditions

  • Change of Income

  • Separation, Divorce, Death

  • High Medical Expenses Paid During 2011 year

  • One-Time Income

  • Parent Attending College


Questions

Questions?

Contact Info:

Zhanna Goltser

[email protected]

(410) 532-5735


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