Getting Help Paying For College

As you prepare for college, you’ll want to investigate all the options you have for financial aid. Most students qualify for some type of aid. We’ll walk you through what kind of funding is available and help you figure out what you may be eligible to receive.

WHERE TO LOOK FOR
STUDENT FINANCIAL AID

Do you know where to find all your financial aid options? These funding resources may help make college more affordable:

FEDERAL

When you complete your Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), you can find out what federal grants and loans you qualify for. If you’ve served in the military, you could get additional benefits.

state

States also use your FAFSA information to decide if you’re eligible for state-funding grants or scholarships, which include need-based assistance. We’ll help you see if you could qualify for aid in Utah.

INSTITUTIONAL

We offer affordable tuition payment plans. You’re investing your trust in us, so we invest in you.

private

Companies large and small offer different types of aid for college students, including grants, scholarships, and student loans. We’ll help you explore these options.

FINANCIAL AID QUESTIONS

HOW MUCH AID CAN I QUALIFY FOR?

The amount you’re eligible for is calculated using your income, number of dependents, level of previous education, and other factors. Our team of financial planners could help you get the appropriate amount of financial aid.


HOW DO I APPLY FOR FINANCIAL AID?

Start by filling out the FAFSA to find out how much federal government aid you might receive. Then talk to one of our financial planners to learn more about your other options for aid.


FEDERAL SCHOOL FAFSA CODE

If you would like Stevens-Henager College - West Haven (Ogden) to put together a financial aid plan for you, enter our school code 003674 on your application.

WHERE CAN I FIND MORE INFORMATION ABOUT FEDERAL STUDENT AID?

MORE THAN HALF OF STUDENTS RECEIVE FEDERAL AID

The U.S. Department of Education awards about $150 billion in grants, loans, and work-study funds to students every year.1 In a recent year, 57% of students received such aid, according to data from that department. You’re not alone in your need for financial aid, and there are many places to find it beyond the federal government.

If you’re not sure how to start finding the aid you need for your degree, call us at (800) 622-2640 to talk to a financial planner. We’ll help you identify all your sources of potential funding and come up with a plan to apply.

FEDERAL FINANCIAL AID OPTIONS

Find out about additional military benefits for veterans, active service members, and military spouses.

Student Aid Program Type of Aid Program Details Annual Max Award Limits
Federal Pell Grant Grant: does not have to be repaid Available almost exclusively to undergraduates with exceptional financial need $6,095 (2018–2019 school year)
Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant (FSEOG) Grant: does not have to be repaid For undergraduates with exceptional financial need Varies depending on school's allocation
Direct Subsidized Loan Loan: must be repaid U.S. Department of Education pays interest while borrower is in school and during approved grace periods Up to $5,500, depending on grade level and dependency status
Direct Unsubsidized Loan Loan: must be repaid Borrower is responsible for interest during life of the loan Up to $20,500, depending on grade level and dependency status
Federal PLUS Loan Loan: must be repaid Available to parents of dependent undergraduate and graduate students Cost of attendance minus any other financial aid the student receives