You've probably spent tons of time reading about college tuition, financial aid, scholarships, and loans - but that shouldn't be the end of your college financial research. When you get to campus, you may want extra help navigating the next four years and all of the financial decisions along the way.
Find out how the school you attend can help you with the dollars and cents through its programs and resources. Here's what Bentley University offers.
The Bentley University Financial Aid Office provides several ways to help pay for your education. Federal, state, and school-based financially need-based grants are offered, including the Federal Pell Grant, Bentley University Grants, Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant (SEOG), and state grants and scholarships. Outside scholarship information and resources are also available. Financial aid and payment plans are available for part-time undergraduate students as well.
Even if you are not qualified for a work-study job, non-work-study jobs are available, although first priority goes to students who have been awarded federal work-study funds. There are several scholarships and grants available for students who are considering studying abroad as part of their educational program.The Financial Aid Services Department provides a short Financial Aid document called An Investment with a Lifetime of Returns with information about paying for college and financing your education. Resources on its page include a Net Price Calculator, Frequently Asked Questions and a page of payment plan options. The Biz by Bentley University contains a library of articles on preparing for college, including financial preparation topics. The Office of Financial Assistance hosts an active Facebook page with additional information on private scholarship opportunities and encourages students to check it regularly.
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