Student Loans for University of Findlay Students
About University of Findlay
The University of Findlay is a small university, home to about 4,300 undergraduates, located in the town of Findlay, Ohio. It is affiliated with the Church of God, has a student to faculty ratio of 15:1, and has well-respected programs in the somewhat obscure fields of equestrian studies and nuclear medicine technology.
If you’re receiving University of Findlay financial aid, you should have your expenses on a pretty tight leash. Borrowing money to pay for your education should mean that you would save as much as possible in order to eventually repay your debts. Keep your expenses to the things that are absolutely necessary: yes to textbooks, but no to late night pizza three nights a week.
Applying for University Financial Aid
The Free Application for Federal Student Aid, or FAFSA, is the one and only form you’ll need to file to apply for aid. This should come as great news, because the FAFSA is generally a pretty easy form to fill out, though it does require some preparation. To make sure you can take it on without it growing overly complicated or frustrating, make sure to pay close attention to detail and gather materials you’ll need ahead of time.
University of Findlay Aid Packages
The University of Findlay financial aid program does a good job of providing aid to nearly everyone who needs it, as 99% of all students are on financial aid. However, these aid awards do not meet the full need of most students, as 69% have federal loans, and 48% have private student loans.
If you find yourself in a situation where financial aid package is not sufficient to cover your needs, exhaust all possible sources of ‘free money’ aid, as well as federal student loans. If you still need funding after exhausting these sources of aid, turn to private student loans to bridge whatever financial gap remains. To find a private student loan that suits your financial situation, use our Student Loan Comparison Tool search and compare loan options, then apply for the one that’s right for you.
The Findlay Financial Aid department encourages new students interested in getting financial aid to apply for aid along with their application for admission in their senior year of high school. The distribution of institutional financial aid awards starts on March 1; however, applying earlier increases applicants’ chances of receiving more desirable federal aid funding, as the FAFSA can be filed as early as January, and certain forms of federal student aid are first-come, first-served.
How can the University of Findlay financial aid office help me with selecting a suitable private loan?
The University of Findlay financial aid office is committed to helping its student body find the best possible solutions when it comes to financing a University of Findlay education. Students interested in applying for private loans can select from the University of Findley’s preferred lender list, and may seek guidance from aid officers about the pros and cons of each loan. The preferred lender list provides students with detailed information about the lender, terms and conditions, and rules and regulations. This list is available on the Great Lakes Fast Choice website. Link to the website is available on the University of Findlay financial aid webpage. SimpleTuition’s student loan comparison tool offers a similar service, but it encompasses far more lenders and thus often has more loan options and more loans that have a lower total cost than what you might find through the University of Findlay financial aid office’s preferred lender list.
Pay for University of Findlay*
|Total Avg. Cost||$37,608|
|Room & Board||$8,554|
|Financial Aid Information|
|Students Receiving Fin Aid||99%|
|Typical Grant Amounts|
|Avg. Other Stud. Loans||$5,871|
|%Receiving Other Loans||48%|
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Contact University of Findlay
|1000 N Main St
Findlay, OH 45840-3653
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*Data source is the Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS) the data collection program for the National Center for Education Statistics