Financial Aid. Primary financial aid contact: Rev. Amy Current Dean for Vocation 563.589.0274 or [email protected] 1. Complete the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) This is most convenient on the Web at www.fafsa.ed.gov
This is most convenient on the Web at www.fafsa.ed.gov
–apply for a pin # which will provide security and ease for corrections at www.pin.ed.gov
-Wartburg Theological Seminary School Code: G01897
***AS A GRADUATE STUDENT, YOU ARE INDEPENDENT on the FAFSA.
2. Complete a Wartburg Seminary financial aid application form https://www.wartburgseminary.edu/webTemplate/template_forms/form_financialAid.asp
3. Submit the WTS financial aid application along with a copy of your SIGNED IRS 1040 tax return to the Financial Aid Office
Wartburg Theological Seminary
Financial Aid Application Process
Determines eligibility for Federal Student Aid
Federal Perkins Loans/ Federal Stafford Loans and/or Federal Work Study
Creates Institutional Student Information Record
Lists Student’s previous Federal Student Loans
Determines EFC (expected family contribution)
EFC: Expected Family Contribution determined by FAFSA process.
It is possible for the Financial Aid Director to consider making an adjustment to the EFC on an individual basis due to unique financial circumstances.
Federal Work Study available up to 10 hours per week based on financial need
Off campus employment
may be considered for
Receive provisional acceptance into the MDIV or MA degree program through the WTS Admissions Office
Complete the FAFSA
Complete the WTS Financial Aid Application
Submit signed 1040 Tax Form
Be Selected by the WTS Scholarship Committee
Return WTS Scholarship Acceptance AgreementWTSSCHOLARSHIPS
Primary Housing Contact:
Department for Vocation
Complete a WTS housing application
Indicate three preferences.
Send completed housing application with housing deposit to the Department for Vocation, at your earliest convenience.
Please inform our office of your intended move in dates as early as possible .
(this will aid in expediency with the assignment process )
Housing allocation is determined by the following:
Priority is given to returning students
Size of family
Date of application received w/ deposit
Prospective students may apply for housing at any time.
Students will not be guaranteed a housing unit until they are provisionally /fully accepted to WTS through the Admissions office.
Housing assignments can be expected by approx. May/June.
Things to consider:
Sorting, Prioritizing, and possibly Simplifying
Make plans for current pets -
(one dog, one cat or two cats only in pet units)
Pet suggestion: If you don’t have a pet now, don’t get one. Instead, plan for a pet as a possible reward when you move into your new home after seminary.