Cost and Financial Aid
Focused on affordability
100% of our full-time undergraduate students receive financial aid
We know that navigating the cost of college can be confusing. Our financial aid and business office teams are committed to making your college dream affordable. We will work with you to explain the financial aid process. College is a significant investment, but it is one that will pay off with a successful future as a Stritch graduate.
Every day our staff strives to educate, serve and empower our students. Call, email or stop in and see us with any questions.
Contact us at (414) 410-4048 or email@example.com
Funding your education - it starts with FAFSA
After submitting your application, it's time to file for financial aid. The first step is FAFSA. FAFSA is the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) for U.S. citizens and eligible non-citizens seeking an undergraduate or graduate degree. The Office of Financial Aid at Stritch will rely on this information to locate grants, loans, and need-based scholarships to help you fund your education.
- Locate or create a FSA ID
International students should not file the FAFSA.
If you have questions about FAFSA or need assistance completing it, we will be happy to help you.
Estimate your aid package and out of pocket costs
An affordable option and a tremendous value, Stritch strives to provide student accessibility and service while educating and empowering our students.
The Net Price Calculator will show you what you can expect to pay for your Stritch education. See scholarships, grants, and other financial aid opportunities available specifically to you, as well as your estimated cost of attendance.
Common questions or concerns
The Office of Financial Aid is here to answer your questions. Speak one-on-one with a counselor for help by calling (414) 410-4048 or email them firstname.lastname@example.org.
Don’t panic. You are still eligible for aid. We are just going to verify your FAFSA for accuracy. This is a federal requirement. If you have been randomly selected for verification, we will ask you to complete a Verification Worksheet. You can find a link to the verification worksheet on your Stritch Online Aid Service portal on the documents tab. You may also need to submit yours and/or your parents’ tax documents. You can check for documents needed on the documents tab.
Undergraduate students must take at least six credits (part-time) to receive Federal Direct Stafford loans. By taking a minimum of 12 credits (full time), students are eligible to receive Stritch scholarships and grants.
Graduate students must enroll in a minimum of three credits in order to qualify for financial aid, and be eligible for any scholarships available for the degree program.
Log into Online Aid Service and click on the documents tab. If you read “not reviewed” or “received” then the Office of Financial Aid has your documents. If you read “not signed” or “incomplete” then we have your documentation but something is incomplete. We will send a notice by email but you are also welcome to contact us.
Each year, you need to fill out a FAFSA in order to renew and continue your financial aid. The FAFSA is available every October 1 for the following award year.
Your credit score does not affect your eligibility for Stafford loans, federal and state grants, or Stritch scholarships. If you decide to work with a lender to receive an alternative loan, your credit score will then become a factor in determining your loan interest rate. Students who have defaulted on a previous student loan might have difficulty obtaining a Stafford loan.
Making interests payments while in school prevents the interest from capitalizing on the principal loan and keeps the price of your loan low. Find out who your loan servicer is by going to https://studentaid.gov/. Under the Manage your Loans heading, you will see a link for Who’s my Servicer. Click on it. You will find information on loan servicers and how to find out who is servicing your loans.
We will take this into consideration as part of any other financial aid you might be eligible to receive. Typically, an employer will not provide an amount of reimbursement that exceeds the cost of what you need or what is more than the cost of attendance.