You may be eligible for financial aid!

Financial aid may help students and their families pay for college. It provides you with access to grants and loans from the Federal Government. If you are planning on applying for financial aid assistance, a high school diploma or a successfully completed GED exam is required.

To help you with your application, Federal Student Aid has created six informative videos that you can watch below:

 

 

1- FAFSA® Form and FSA ID Tips for Parents

2- FAFSA Overview

3- How to Fill Out the FAFSA

4- FAFSA: Determining Your Dependency Status

5- Overview of the Financial Aid Process


Other aid options

  • Private Scholarships
    A number of organizations and corporations offer scholarships. Check with your employer or parents’ employers for available scholarship programs.
  • Veteran’s Benefits
    If you are an honorably discharged veteran of the armed forces or a dependent of a deceased or disabled veteran, you may apply for veteran’s educational benefits. Please contact the Veteran’s Administration Office to determine eligibility and/or further information.
  • Native American Education
    Native American Education scholarships are available. Information can be obtained from tribal officials or through the Bureau of Indian Affairs. Eligibility is determined by the awarding agency.

 

If you have any questions, you may contact our Financial Aid Expert Elena Naranjo at enaranjo@avedanm.com, or 505-294-5333 Ext. 365.


What’s Next?

While you wait for your Admissions Appointment, or for your classes to start, get familiar with all of the tools we offer to help you succeed!

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