Financial Aid and Scholarships

Financial Aid

We are here to help each student and their family understand financial aid, scholarship, grant, and payment options which fit their unique needs.


Start with the FAFSA

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To apply for grants, loans, work-study and scholarships at Morehouse, you must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).

Complete the FAFSA

The FAFSA is used to determine your eligibility for federal, state, and Morehouse aid programs. Even if you think you may not be eligible, we encourage you to apply and to file your FAFSA online as soon as possible to avoid errors and to ensure faster processing.

Dates and Deadlines

Now: FAFSA for 2022-2023 academic year is available at studentaid.gov.
February 15: Morehouse priority deadline
May 1: Deadline for new students
October 1: FAFSA for 2023-2024 academic year is available at studentaid.gov.

 

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Financial Aid DIY 

Financial Aid: DIY

Use these quick and easy self-guided resources to find fast answers to your questions.

Topic areas include:

  • How to view your financial aid award
  • How to see your missing financial aid requirements
  • How to view your account summary

Visit Financial Aid DIY

 
How to View Your Financial Aid Award

Your financial aid award is the amount of funding for which you qualify, including federal aid, scholarships, loans, and other forms of assistance. Once Morehouse processes your award, you can view it through Banner Web. 

  1. Once in Banner Web, select "Student Services and Financial Aid"
  2. Select "Financial Aid"
  3. Select "My Award Information" 
  4. Select "Award By Aid Year" and select the year for which you are viewing aid
  5. You'll access your Award Package screen and can select "Award Overview" to view the amounts and status

Download - How to View Financial Aid Award

 

 
How to See Your Missing Financial Aid Requirements

Your financial aid award cannot be processed until you complete all of the requirements, like filing your FAFSA or completing the verification procedures. You can find out what is missing through Banner Web.  

  1. Once in Banner Web, select "Student Services and Financial Aid"
  2. Select "Financial Aid"
  3. Select "My Eligibility" 
  4. Select "Student Requirements" 
  5. You'll be able to see the requirements you still must complete

Download - How to View Missing Financial Aid Requirements

 

How to View Your Account Summary

Your "account" is a overall snapshot of your charges and aid applied. This information is available, by term, through Banner Web.

  1. Once in Banner Web, select "Student Services and Financial Aid"
  2. Select "Student Account"
  3. Select "View/Pay Student Account" 
  4. You'll be able to see your account balance, activity, and credits

Download - How to Review Account Summary By Term

  


Financial Aid Thursdays 

Financial Aid Thursdays at 6 p.m.

Have questions about financial aid? 

Current and admitted students can get their basic financial aid questions answered each week by attending a virtual Financial Aid Thursday session. During Financial Aid Thursdays, you can join other students who are successfully financing their college education through a good foundational understanding of important areas related to financial assistance.

Register for Financial Aid Thursdays


Summer Financial Aid 

Summer Financial Aid

Spending your summer at Morehouse is a great way to stay on track for graduation.

You can also experience more of what Atlanta has to offer during the summer months, take a difficult class without the distractions of the regular academic year, or take a course that you've been eyeing for your enjoyment. But first, you may need to understand who is eligible to receive financial aid during the summer semester. Let us know that you want us to review your summer financial aid eligibility by submitting a financial aid application with our office.

Submit Summer Financial Aid Application


Value of a Morehouse Education

There is a world of professions and universities to choose from, and today, black men have access to them all. But many of the best and brightest choose Morehouse. A Morehouse education opens doors in the professional world and allows you to grow financially and intellectually. Morehouse students join a brotherhood like none other.

Morehouse values every student that is admitted to the institution and we know each has different financial needs. Over 90 percent of our students finance their education with a combination of scholarships, loans, grants, and work-study. We work with ours students to understand their circumstances and find the type of financial assistance needed to attend Morehouse.

We are aware that a college education is a major investment in your future. The return on this investment will increase over your lifetime.

We provide you with an education that allows you to become a leader of men. From the beginning of your tenure, our financial aid advisors and staff will work with you to ensure our cost will not be an obstacle to your goal of achieving an undergraduate degree from Morehouse.