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Welcome to Financial Aid

Completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is the very first step you should take to receive state and federal financial aid. 

Outlined below is information that will help you navigate your financial aid options.

We are here to support you. For questions and support contact our Navigator Team.

Paying for a quality education should not be a barrier to learning. There is more money available than ever before to help pave your way to a brighter future.

Follow these steps


Financial Aid Resources

Financial Aid Eligible Programs
Financial Aid Policies
Financial Need Criteria
Forms Library
Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP)
Using Financial Aid in the Bookstore
Work Study Program


NOTICE about 1098-T forms: 

We’ve been informed that incorrect 2023 1098-T forms were mailed to students by Maximus, the third-party vendor that handles this process on our behalf.

Only students who have paid out-of-pocket for at least part of their tuition for credit classes are eligible for a 1098-T form. Students who had a third party, such as high schools or their employer, pay all tuition during the year may have received the form in error.  

If you did not make any out-of-pocket payments during the 2023 calendar year, please disregard the form if you have received one.

If you received a 1098-T form in error you should receive a letter from Maximus. Affected students who received an incorrect 1098-T form should expect to receive a corrected 1098-T form in the coming weeks.

If you have questions/concerns please contact Michelle Hornbeck 804-758-6729.

To download a copy please visit and follow the first-time user instructions.