Are you interested in attending Grayson College, but wondering
how you are going to afford it? The Office of Financial Aid (OFA)
wants to help make your education possible. We administer grants,
scholarships, work-study, and loans for the College. This aid is
from Federal, State and Institutional sources and is generally
awarded based on need.
Grants and scholarships are "gift aid" which do not need to be
repaid. Work-study is on campus employment, and loans are required
to be paid back upon completion of your degree program, or when you
drop below half-time (6 hours) enrollment. You may qualify for one
or all of these types of aid. Please read on to determine what you
have to do to be considered for the aid we administer.
||All students and parents must present
picture ID in order to receive financial aid information. Students
or parents contacting financial aid by phone must be able to answer
three identity questions. Parent must be listed on the FAFSA to
receive an answer.
Grayson College's school code for
completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is
003570: Entering Grayson's school code will allow
the Office of Financial Aid to receive your FAFSA's results