A limited number of merit-based and need-based awards are also available. Applicants for financial assistance must have a complete file on record by February 1 and present outstanding academic records, high standardized test scores, and strong letters of recommendation. Since the number of scholarships is limited and our applicant pool is large and talented, only a few of the qualified applicants will be offered an award. These awards are won through competition and are renewable for four years provided the student maintains standard academic progress.
Need-based awards are also available; however, NO AWARD PACKAGE WILL COVER ALL EXPENSES AND YOU MUST COMPLETE THE CSS PROFILE. Early Decision applicants should complete the CSS PROFILE by November 15. All others need to do so by January 15.
In order to be considered for admission and financial assistance, all applicants must be able to document the ability to provide for expenses not covered by even our best awards.
Outside Sources of Funding
Employment Self Help (ESH)
To check the status of your FAFSA, go to: www.fafsa.ed.gov and select "Check Status of a Submitted FAFSA or Print Signature Page"
To check the status of your CSS/PROFILE, go to: https://profileonline. collegeboard.com and Log In
To review and complete the IDOC (verification) process, go to:
Missing paperwork? Check "My Documents" on Ask Wally for items that have not been received by the Financial Aid Office.