A brochure briefly describing financial aid for School of Continuing Studies undegraduate students may be found here.
To be assured of consideration for federal financial aid before the beginning of the semester for which aid is sought, School of Continuing Studies undergraduate students* must be admitted at least six weeks prior to the beginning of the semester for which aid is sought, must complete the 2015-2016 Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) at least six weeks prior to the beginning of the semester for which aid is sought, and must also complete all additional requirements (including requests that loans and other aid be processed) at least two weeks before the semester for which aid is sought.
Federal aid consideration is available for those who 1.) have a completed FAFSA sent to Tulane at least four weeks before the end of the semester for which aid is sought and 2.) complete all additional requirements (including requests that loans and other aid be processed) at least two weeks before the end of the semester for which aid is sought. Federal aid will not disburse until a financial aid file is complete. Please note that the deadline at Tulane for FAFSA receipt is at least four weeks before the end of the semester for which aid is sought: students whose FAFSA applications are not received at Tulane at least four weeks before the end of the semester for which aid is sought will not be reviewed for federal financial aid eligibility.
Students can complete the FAFSA online at www.fafsa.ed.gov as early as January 1, and Tulane's school code for the FAFSA is 002029.
Additional requirements may include, for example, 2014 tax transcripts, signed copies of parents' 2014 federal tax returns, the student's 2014 federal tax return, parents' 2014 W-2 forms, student's 2014 W-2 forms and/or a completed Verification Worksheet. Other documents are required (for example, proof of citizenship, social security number or Social Security benefits) in some cases, and packaged aid must be accepted to be processed in virtually all cases. Certain other requirements must be completed for educational loans to be processed. Please note the student's name and identification number clearly on the documents and ensure that tax returns are signed; otherwise, a significant delay in processing may occur. Please note that the U.S. Internal Revenue Service website www.irs.gov provides how to obtain copies of tax transcripts, forms, instructions on obtaining copies of previously filed tax returns, and answers to frequently asked questions. Students and/or parents not required to file 2014 federal tax returns must complete and submit the appropriate Tulane 2015-2016 Non-Filer Worksheet. Students primarily enrolled at the School of Continuing Studies may be eligible for limited Tulane institutional scholarship funds, and therefore should check with officials at the School of Continuing Studies regarding possible scholarship availability.
*Please note: This page contains information for those applying to or enrolled in Tulane's School of Continuing Studies at Tulane University as a Freshman, Sophomore, Junior or Senior (undergraduate) during the fall-spring academic year in New Orleans.
Students who plan to study full-time in a full-time division (a Tulane school or college other than Tulane's School of Continuing Studies) should visit the link Aid for Full-Time Undergraduate Students for instructions. Students who are not undergraduates should visit the link Aid for Graduate and Professional Students.
Students who are planning to study abroad or take summer classes should visit the appropriate link for more information regarding the financial aid application process: Aid for Study Abroad Programs and/or Aid for Summer Session.
Page last modified on March 9, 2015.
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