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NOTE: The following information is for U.S. and permanent residents only; International students are not eligible for federal aid. Click for International student funding options.

Applying for financial aid is quite simple. The key is to apply early, keep in touch, and monitor your requirements online.

First, complete the FAFSA:

The FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) is your key to federal and state student aid. Even if you don't take out a federal loan, the FAFSA will allow you to be considered for other types of assistance through Andrews University's Student Financial Services office. Apply online at The FAFSA will ask you to supply federal school codes for every university to which you are applying. The Andrews University code is 002238.

Your financial aid application requires IRS tax data. You will use your 2017 tax information for the 2019-20 school year.

Second, turn in the Financial Information Sheet:

Third, check and satisfy award requirements

After your FAFSA has been filed and your Financial Information Sheet is in, you should be able to login to your finVue account and check for requirements within 2-3 business days. There will be a longer wait time if our office is processing a higher than normal volume of documents. Please note that July & August are our busiest months.

Some files may be selected for Verification. Verification is a process used to verify certain information on the FAFSA. Selection can be random or because of errors. If you are selected, you will have to submit additonal documentation. Please check finVue to satisfy these requirements.                                                                             

If you still have questions about financial aid, check out the Student Financial Services website.