Frequently Asked Question(s)
Q:I have submitted my FAFSA, but have not received the funding help that I wanted. May I approach the FIU financial aid office for assistance?
A:Even if you have not received the funding options that you were expecting, there are other options still available to you such as private loans. There are a number of lenders who will still lend to prospective students. You can find such lenders on the web, through sites such as this. However, if you visit the FIU financial aid office, the staff are experienced with helping students in your position and may be able to help you find an alternative.
Q:How can I find out about my FIU financial aid number?
A:Students applying to the FIU Financial Aid program need to submit the FAFSA prior to the mentioned deadline. Results of the application are shared with the school's financial aid office, which later on distributes the money to the students. The exact amount of financial aid received depends on the need for finances showed in the FAFSA.
Q:Can you tell me about florida international university scholarships?
A:Florida international university offers scholarship to deserving students so that they can finance their educational cost. The scholarship amount ranges from five hundred dollars to four thousand dollars. Most of these awards are made for one time although some students may continue to receive scholarship provided they fulfill the criteria for the scholarship.
Q:How can I apply for aid at the FIU Financial Aid Department?
A:To apply for federal aid, you must submit a FAFSA application. This application is available online at fafsa.ed.gov. This is the basic step towards applying for aid. You can apply for monetary assistance through loans, scholarships, state grants, and work-study programs. These aid packages are need based and are funded by the federal government.
Q:How can I apply for financial aid university of Florida?
A:The process for applying for financial aid is very simple. All you are required to do is fill out a FAFSA application. This is a free application available online at fafsa.gov.ed. The core purpose of FAFSA is to collect all your financial details and determine your need/eligibility for various financial aid programs.
Q:Can you tell me about the FIU financial aid summer program?
A:FIU students looking for summer financial aid for the 2012-2013 sessions must have successfully completed 67% of attempted credits taken at during the academic year. This will be verified at the end of the semester and the percentage divided by the total number of credits earned (Fall/Spring) by the total number of credits attempted (Fall/Spring). Eligibility for the 2013-2014 academic years will be finalized by summer 2012, Fall 2012 and Spring 2013 academic performance.