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How to Apply for Financial Aid
Applying for college can't get any easier than this. Just fill out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) online.
The FAFSA allows the U.S. Department of Education to determine how much your family can be expected to contribute to your educational expenses. When you apply for financial aid, the amount you're awarded is based on the difference between the cost of attending William Peace University and this expected contribution.
Submit your FAFSA by March 15 for priority consideration, enter William Peace University's school code (002953) and you're done. You can expect a Student Aid Report (SAR) outlining your expected family contribution within a few weeks.
Remember to also submit a Scholarship Application (link here) to be considered for one of the many scholarships William Peace University offers.
CFNC FAFSA Day: The College Foundation of North Carolina (CFNC), the North Carolina Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators and the State Employees' Credit Union hosts a FAFSA Day each February. College/University financial aid officers and other volunteers assist students and families complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Click here to learn more and register.
Any federal grant is awarded at the maximum amount currently authorized for your current enrollment status and is subject to change based on final approval and funding by the US House of Representatives and Senate.
Any grant funded by the State of North Carolina is the maximum amount currently authorized for your current enrollment status and is subject to change based on action and appropriations by the North Carolina General Assembly.
All William Peace University scholarships are subject to renewal from semester to semester based on the student meeting the minimum criteria of the award.