Calvary is dedicated to helping you understand your college financial needs and helping you obtain the financial assistance you need to achieve your educational goals. If you have any questions, contact us.
The primary function of the Financial Aid Office is to provide education in financial literacy and responsibility, information, and support for students to adequately prepare a means to pay for their schooling. During the 2013-2014 academic year Calvary undergraduate students received $899,110 in Federal and/or Institutional grant and scholarship aid. 89% of Full Time First Time Freshman received financial aid. To aid students financially, the Financial Aid office utilizes many sources including, but not limited to:
- Institutional aid (scholarships, tuition reduction opportunities, etc.)
- Study and Work Program (Making College Affordable)
- Federal aid (grants, loans)
- External aid (external scholarships, alternative loans, alternative scholarship contributions, etc.)
- Military Benefits (GI Bill, Tuition Assistance, etc.)
Students who receive or use any of the above mentioned aid should read and understand Calvary's Satisfactory Academic Progress policy (SAP). Those students who fail to meet the required standards at the end of each spring semester, will lose their eligibility to receive all forms of financial aid.
I want to know about:
- Undergraduate Tuition/Expenses
- Institutional scholarships
- Federal student loans/grants
- Repaying My Student Loans
Apply for Financial Aid:
Complete Entrance Counseling (for first time borrowers).
Complete the Master Promissory Note (for Federal Student Loans).
Complete any requested verification documents.