Financial Aid Tools

Students and Parents

Incoming and Continuing Students

  • Return of Title IV Funds Financial Aid Programs Policy – This document contains information for students who receive financial aid and withdraw from all classes within a term.
  • Standards of Satisfactory Academic Progress for Financial Aid Applicants – This document details the satisfactory academic progress that financial aid recipients must maintain to continue receiving financial aid.
  • Student Right-to-Know Act (Graduation Rates) – In accordance with the Student Right-to-Know Act passed by Congress in 1990, this document provides graduation rates of first-time, full-time, degree-seeking students, as well as those of the subset of students who received athletically-related student aid.
  • Availability of Employee for Dissemination Purposes – The financial aid management staff is able to assist enrolled or prospective students with obtaining  consumer information such as but not limited to financial assistance, graduation and completion rates, security policies and crime statistics. Other university employees, such as enrollment counselors/advisors and financial aid counselors, may also provide information regarding their specific areas of responsibility. 

Incoming and Continuing Flight Students (Fixed Wing or Helicopter)

New & Continuing Students With Existing Direct Loans

Find out how much your tuition will cost and see how much financial aid you will need with our Net Price Tuition Calculator
Estimate your cost of attendance and amount of financial aid with our Net Price Calculator.

Learn more about our Veterans Affairs department on campus for more information on tuition assistance available to veterans