• Scholarships and Financial Aid

    Applying for and receiving financial aid is an important part of the college admissions process. That’s why it’s important to look at all of your financial aid options, including reading up on scholarship information to find out what you need to do before applying for awards.

    One of the most important steps once you find an award that interests you is to read the directions carefully. Pay attention to deadlines and make sure you meet the qualifications. Paying attention to detail will also keep you from making minor mistakes that will send your application to the bottom of the judges’ pile. Remember that there are scholarship opportunities out there even if your strengths have nothing to do with academics.

    Midwest Student Exchange Program

    The Midwest Student Exchange Program charges students no more than 150% of the in-state resident tuition rate for specific programs. Private institutions offer a 10% reduction in tuition rates. You must enroll as a non-resident student at a participating MSEP campus to receive a discount.  All enrollment decisions are made at the discretion of the receiving campus and the campus may exercise its right to limit participation or set specific admission requirements for MSEP.

    Federal Student Aid

    • Federal Student Aid: Central location for all federal loan information. FAFSA and the FSA ID number websites can be linked to from here.
    • Questions about Financial Aid: FAFSA frequently asked questions fielded by Newman University's Financial Aid Department.