DETAILS, FORMS, AND INSTRUCTIONS FOR ACCEPTING FINANCIAL AID FOR THE 2014-2015 YEAR WILL BE AVAILABLE TO ALL STUDENTS NO LATER THAN MARCH 17, 2014. PLEASE CONTINUE TO STAY TUNED TO WWW.CATAWBA.EDU/FINAID FOR UPDATES.
- Welcome »
Special message from the Director of Financial Assistance
- Meet Our Staff »
Office and contact information
- Cost of Attendance »
Tuition and fees for undergraduates
- Merit-Based Scholarships »
Scholarship programs, recipient profiles, how to apply
- Need-Based Assistance »
How need is determined, types of aid, how to apply
- Net Price Calculator »
Estimate of financial assistance and net price
- Forms and Applications »
Scholarship estimator/worksheet, loans, applications
- Dates & Deadlines »
Dates to remember
- Satisfactory Academic Progress Policy »
For all students receiving financial aid
- Return to Title IV Funds Policy & Forms »
Information and forms related to Return to Title IV Funds
- Financial Aid Brochure »
Explanation of the types of aid and conditions associated with financial assistance.
- Student Guide: Your Financial Aid »
A quick reference guide for accessing your financial aid status, accepting financial aid award offers and viewing eligibility requirements.
- FAFSA Verification »
Explanation of the process required by the Department of Education to confirm that the information on your FAFSA is correct.
- Veterans Benefits »
Information and resources about Veterans benefits and eligibility.
- FAQs »
Answers to your financial aid questions
- Additional Resources »
General information on scholarships and grants
NEWS & UPDATES
LAUREN KLOPP '09
"Both of my parents have always worked and I worked during my high school years. I knew that during college it would be really difficult for me to have a job and concentrate on my education. Knowing that I have a First Family scholarship allows me to focus more on my education and participate in extracurricular activities instead of worrying about having a job. This scholarship has also eliminated the pressure my family was feeling about my younger brother going to college just three years after me."
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