We want you to have the opportunity to receive a quality education regardless of finances. Yes, finding financial aid is your responsibility as a student, but we’re committed to helping students discover as many financial aid resources as possible.
Laurel U is eligible to participate in most Title IV government aid programs intended to supplement you and your family’s financial resources.
If you demonstrate financial need, scholastic ability and Christian leadership, you may be considered for the limited scholarships, grants and loans available as well.
Remember: all scholarships and grants awarded to students are contingent upon maintaining a satisfactory GPA, positive campus citizenship and exemplary Christian character.
Want to learn more? Check out our Steps for Financial Aid page, or any of the other links to the right.
You will need to complete one of the following two forms, depending on whether you are dependent on parental income or not:
Your financial aid application may be selected for review in a process called “Verification”. During this process, the Financial Aid Office (FAO) will compare information from your application with information reported to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) and other financial documents. If there are differences between your application information and the information you reported to the IRS or other financial documents, FAO will make corrections to your application electronically, and your financial aid may be adjusted. For more information, click here.
For students that live in North Carolina the College Foundation of North Carolina website has a large amount of useful information including scholarships and grants that are available to students that live in NC.
NOTE: Due to the ever-changing nature of financial aid, please consult Laurel U’s Financial Aid Office regarding the latest regulations and requirements for applying for financial aid.