Federal Financial Aid
Graduate Federal Aid
Federal graduate financial aid is not dependent on income, although the FAFSA requires input from your tax returns. We have found that the vast majority of our applicants have been eligible to borrow up to the full cost of the program, as long as they meet the eligibility requirements outlined on the FAFSA.
Students who are U.S. Citizens or permanent residents are generally eligible for federal financial aid if they do not default on any federal loans and have not hit the federal borrowing limit of $138,500 for graduate programs.View Financial Aid Eligibility Requirements
Undergraduate Federal Aid
Federal undergraduate financial aid will use your tax returns to assess your eligibility for federal subsidized and unsubsidized loans and grants as you return for your bachelor’s degree.
Students who are U.S. Citizens or permanent residents are generally eligible for federal financial aid if they do not default on any federal loans and have not hit the federal borrowing limit of $57,500 for undergraduate programs.View Financial Aid Eligibility Requirements
Students who are ready to start the financial aid process may start by applying for student loans by completing the FAFSA and entering Midland’s Title IV Code: 002553Start Application
Work With Our Team
We understand that the decision to further your education represents a serious investment of time and money. Our admissions and financial aid counselors are here to help make going back to school as painless and affordable as possible.
We encourage you to contact us for more information after filing your FAFSA, either via email at FinAid@MidlandU.edu, or call (402) 941-6520.