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      FINANCIAL AID AND SCHOLARSHIPS

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

      Financial Aid Basics

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

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      Start with the FAFSA
      The FAFSA is used to determine your eligibility for federal, state, and Morehouse aid programs.
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      Understanding Financial Aid
      Embarking on your college journey involves understanding the critical concept of financial aid, a comprehensive system of support designed to make higher education accessible by providing various forms of assistance to students
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      Types of 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.

      • Grants

        Grants are funds that do not require repayment.

        Grants are generally awarded to students with the greatest financial need, which is determined by the completion of the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). The federal grant program consists of Pell, SEOG, and Iraq and Afghanistan Service Grants. State grants include the HOPE Scholarship and Tuition Equalization Grant.
      • Scholarships

        We offer newly admitted and returning Morehouse students scholarship opportunities to support their academic and career goals.

        OUR SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITIES

        A Morehouse College education is an investment in your future success. Morehouse’s tradition of producing extraordinary leaders begins in the classroom, where men of distinction come to learn, grow, and discover their potential to impact the world. Our rigorous academic programs and transformational experiences inspire our scholars to pursue excellence throughout their studies and professional careers.

      • Loans

        Borrow funds from federal government or private institutions.

        The U.S. Department of Education  and private institutions allow students to take out loans to offset the the cost of their education.



      • Work Study

        MOREHOUSE COLLEGE FEDERAL WORK STUDY PROGRAM (FWS)

        Federal Work-Study program at Morehouse College provides part-time jobs for our students with financial need, allowing them to earn money to help pay education expenses. The program encourages community service work and work related to the student’s course of study. We understand that financing your education can be a challenge, and we are committed to helping you achieve your academic goals. The Federal Work-Study Program is designed to provide you with an opportunity to earn a portion of your financial aid by working in an approved on-campus job. Students are awarded Federal Work-Study funding up to their Cost of Attendance. Funding is limited as approved by the U.S. Department of Education.



      • Institutional Programs

        Apply for an institutional grant or scholarship.

        Students who wish to apply for a Morehouse College grant or scholarship should contact financial aid.

      Grants are funds that do not require repayment.

      Grants are generally awarded to students with the greatest financial need, which is determined by the completion of the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). The federal grant program consists of Pell, SEOG, and Iraq and Afghanistan Service Grants. State grants include the HOPE Scholarship and Tuition Equalization Grant.

      We offer newly admitted and returning Morehouse students scholarship opportunities to support their academic and career goals.

      OUR SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITIES

      A Morehouse College education is an investment in your future success. Morehouse’s tradition of producing extraordinary leaders begins in the classroom, where men of distinction come to learn, grow, and discover their potential to impact the world. Our rigorous academic programs and transformational experiences inspire our scholars to pursue excellence throughout their studies and professional careers.

      Borrow funds from federal government or private institutions.

      The U.S. Department of Education  and private institutions allow students to take out loans to offset the the cost of their education.



      MOREHOUSE COLLEGE FEDERAL WORK STUDY PROGRAM (FWS)

      Federal Work-Study program at Morehouse College provides part-time jobs for our students with financial need, allowing them to earn money to help pay education expenses. The program encourages community service work and work related to the student’s course of study. We understand that financing your education can be a challenge, and we are committed to helping you achieve your academic goals. The Federal Work-Study Program is designed to provide you with an opportunity to earn a portion of your financial aid by working in an approved on-campus job. Students are awarded Federal Work-Study funding up to their Cost of Attendance. Funding is limited as approved by the U.S. Department of Education.



      Apply for an institutional grant or scholarship.

      Students who wish to apply for a Morehouse College grant or scholarship should contact financial aid.

      FINANCIAL AID: DIY (DO IT YOURSELF)

      FINANCIAL AID BASICS

      Use these quick and easy self-guided resource,

      Do It Yourself
      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.
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      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.
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      VIEW YOUR ACCOUNT SUMMARY
      Your “account” is a overall snapshot of your charges and aid applied and is accessible via BannerWeb.
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      Contact Information

      Our office is located in Gloster Hall, Rm. 106.
      Office Hours: Monday-Friday | 9 AM - 3 PM

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      By Email

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      By Phone

      Contact a Financial Aid representative at (470) 639-0959.

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