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Financial Aid Application Deadlines

Application Deadlines for Andover Newton Scholarships

The results of a student’s FAFSA and the Andover Newton financial aid forms must all be received in the Financial Aid Office by the following dates:

Entering students: Apply for aid at the same time you apply for admission. Students do not need to be accepted to apply for financial aid – awards are made after acceptance to the school. Once a financial aid application file is complete, notification of financial aid awards will be made upon acceptance to Andover Newton. Award letters will be mailed out beginning March 1.

Returning students: April 15 deadline. After April 15, awards will be based on the availability of funds. Award letters are mailed after May 1.

Note: It can take four to six weeks to receive results of the FAFSA if completed on paper and three to seven business days if completed on-line.

Returning student applications received after the deadline will receive school aid based on the availability of funds. Once school aid has been exhausted, students will be put on a wait list. Students will be awarded Stafford Loans. Students may apply for a Stafford Loan at any time during their enrollment period.

Awards made one year do not guarantee similar awards for the following year. Students will receive funds for only the number of credits required for their degree.

International students

International students must observe the following procedures:

Entering international students will receive an International Student Scholarship Application Form from the Admissions Office and should submit it promptly to the Admissions Office.

Returning international students should meet with the Dean of Students and Coordinator of Financial Aid each spring to assess their financial situation.

Updated September 21, 2006