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Financial aid is financial support that can help fund your degree at Anderson University. Types of financial aid include scholarships, grants, and loans. Sources of financial aid include but are not limited to Anderson University, the State of South Carolina, the U.S. Department of Education, and outside sources.
Applying for Aid at Anderson University is simple with our step by step breakdown of what to be aware of and the different forms you will need to fill out.
Step 1: Apply for Admission to Anderson University
In order to see how much aid you will be awarded you need to complete an application to Anderson University.
Once you’ve completed your application, our team will walk you through the admission and financial aid process. This will include things like: submitting test scores, transcripts, and other necessary documents. All of this will help us award you with financial aid as you continue your journey to becoming a student at Anderson University.
We are so excited that you are interested in AU and we are here to help every step of the way!
Step 2: Create an FSA ID and Complete Your FAFSA
Step 3: Complete Outstanding Requirements
Step 4: Review and Apply for Federal Loans as Needed
Students who complete a FAFSA and are eligible for Federal District Student Loans made available by the Department of Education Direct Lending program must complete Loan Entrance Counseling and a Master Promissory Note (MPN) online to borrow these loans. If you complete these steps and borrow federal loans, then you do not need to complete these steps again each year. To decline or cancel loans, email Aid@AndersonUniversity.edu.
Step 5: Apply for Additional Sources of Financial Aid as Needed
Additional loan funding may be available in the form of Federal Direct PLUS Loans for Parents or Graduate/Professional students and Private Student Loans for students and parents. Information about other sources of funding can be found in Financial Aid.