School Code 003739
FAFSA-Free Application For Federal Student
Now is the time to submit the 2010-2011 FAFSA.
DC Tuition Assistance
(For Residents of Washington, D.C.
Assistance Grant Program Application
District of Columbia College Success Foundation
More than 90% of the students enrolled at the College receive financial assistance in the form of scholarships, grants, work-study and loans. Scholarships are offered by the College and outside sources. The scholarships are competitive and are based on academic performance. Some scholarships are one time only and others are renewed annually.
TYPES OF FINANCIAL AID
The College offers grants, loans, scholarships and employment to assist students with their educational expenses. There are several types of financial aid available through the following sources:
Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant (SEOG)
College Work-Study Program (CWSP)
Perkins Loan Program (formerly NDSL)
William D. Ford Direct Loan
PLUS Loan for Undergraduate Students
State (Virginia Residents)
Tuition Assistance Grant Program (TAGP)
College Scholarship Assistance Program (CSAP)
Other State Grants
Both Need and Merit Scholarships
Institutional Work-Study Program (IWSP)
Remission of Tuition (For children and spouses of employees and Ordained Clergy of the Episcopal Church)
Grants-in-Aid (Athletic and Special Talent)
One-Time Scholarships and Awards:
a. Episcopal Church Scholarships
b. The David Strouse Blount Education Scholarships
c. United Negro College Fund Scholarships
d. Lettie Pate Scholarships
OTHER INFORMATION SOURCES
D.C. Office of Postsecondary Education Research and Assistance - information and applications on D.C. state scholarships 202-727-3685
Federal Student Aid Information Center - more information on student aid programs. 1-800-FED-AID (1-800-433-3243). Attach a copy of your SAR or to find out if your FAFSA has been processed 1-319-337-5665
College Information Center - Information on admission to college and sources of aid, 901 G Street NW., Washington. DC 20001 202-393-1100.