Federal Aid Programs
Range of Annual Awards
up to $7,500; up to $12,500 for Independent Students
full cost of attendance as defined by Department of Education (less other aid)
up to $4,000
There is also an Alternative Loan available for further financial help in paying for college. You can find information on Alternative Loan at www.fastproduct.org/choice/obu. You can find information on Plus Loans at www.studentloans.gov. Contact with any questions you may have: Melissa Nutt at 870-245-4282 or email email@example.com or Karen Matros at 870-245-5573 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
How to Apply
Apply for federal aid listed above by completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid online at www.fafsa.ed.gov. Applications for the coming school year become available after January 1 each year. You must reapply each year. Applications received prior to June 1 receive funding priority. (2014 income information is required for the 2015-16 application.)
The Higher Education Amendments require the university to define and enforce standards for satisfactory academic progress to encourage students to successfully complete degree requirements within 4 years (8 semesters).