Students applying for financial aid must file a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). This application may be completed online at www.studentaid.gov The priority FAFSA filing deadline for the 2020-2021 FAFSA is February 15. The Bryan College of Health Sciences federal school code is 006399.
Students should apply for a FSA ID prior to completing the FAFSA. The FSA ID allows access to Federal Student Aid’s online systems and functions as the legal electronic signature. Students who are dependents should also encourage a parent to apply for an FSA ID. Students and parents can create the FSA ID at www.studentaid.gov.
In addition to the FAFSA, students will continue the financial aid application process through the Student Aid InterNet Technology (SAINT) Student online portal system. This system allows the student to determine their own federal aid packaging according to their program of study, grade level and financial need data. Information regarding completing SAINT Student, as well as priority funding deadlines, can be found at bryanhealthcollege.edu/saint. Students should apply for financial aid before the start of the term. Upon special circumstances, students will be allowed to apply for financial aid up to 90 days after the start of the term.
A student must be in good academic standing and be enrolled for a minimum of six credit hours (fall, spring and summer) to be eligible to receive Federal Student loans for that semester.
Types of Financial Aid
Bryan College of Health Sciences offers a variety of financial aid opportunities to students. Types of aid available include: Unsubsidized Federal Direct Loans, Federal Direct Grad PLUS, Pell Grants, State Grants, Federal Work Study, college based grants, scholarships and private loans.
Students who wish to receive Bryan Foundation scholarships should complete their FAFSA and the online scholarship application form at bryanhealthcollege.edu/scholarships. The online scholarship application is available annually March 1-15.