Re-entry & Resiliency Plan (updated 9/23/21)
Financial aid is available to students applying to Carlow University. The type of aid available depends on your student type. Aid (including grants, loans and work-study) eligibility is determined by the Free Application for Student Aid (FAFSA).
Each year, the Financial Aid office mails you a financial aid award letter outlining your financial aid package for the upcoming academic year. Complete the checklist included with the award letter to finalize your financial aid package. View or download the Understanding your Financial Aid Award [pdf] booklet.
To learn more about aid available to you, choose the appropriate student type below.
Available aid for students currently enrolled in high school.
Available aid for students who are transferring from another university who earned a high school diploma four years ago or less.
Available aid for adults who have earned a high school diploma more than four years ago.
Available aid for students who want to pursue a certificate or a master’s or doctoral degree.
Provides jobs for degree-seeking first-year undergraduate students and traditional undergraduate transfer students who need financial aid to help pay educational expenses.
Note: Because of the nature of federal, state and institutional guidelines affecting financial aid programs, the information contained on this website is subject to change.
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