Applying for Aid
Always apply for financial aid, even if you think you make too much to qualify.
At D'Youville, our counselors are committed to exploring a full range of financial aid to make your education as affordable as possible. Virtually every student, regardless of income level, is eligible for some sort of assistance.
When you apply for admission to D'Youville College, you are automatically considered for a merit scholarship, which becomes part of your financial aid package. You may also be eligible for other scholarships, grants, loans and work-study to help make your education as affordable as possible.
Follow these steps to ensure the best possible aid package:
- Review the Financial Aid Timeline and the steps you'll need to take to apply for aid. Your applications for financial aid should be submitted as early as possible in order to receive priority consideration.
- Starting January 1st, fill out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)
- Explore grants, which are financial aid awards that do not need to be repaid. Grants are given to students who demonstrate financial need and are based on your FAFSA.
- Last, If your family's expected contributions fall short of tuition costs, explore loans, which do need to be repaid. Federal and private loans are available.
Use our online net price calculator to estimate tuition cost and aid. Read more
After you file your FAFSA, use FinAid Online to manage your costs and aid package. Log-in
Your applications for financial aid should be submitted as early as possible. Read more
Review the steps you need to take to apply for financial aid. Read more