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Financial Aid FAQs
Grants or Scholarships: Sources are federal, state and institutional. These funds are credited directly to tuition and do not have to be repaid.
Loans: Sources of loans are federal, state or private. Loan funds must be repaid. Some loans have a grace period that allows students to defer repayment until after they have graduated. Some loans are available to parents.
Work-Study: This is a federal program that is awarded to students who meet eligibility guidelines established by the Financial Aid Office. Students can obtain a job on campus and are paid bi weekly.
Yes. Students are automatically considered for Wentworth Academic Achievement scholarships based merit or on the competitiveness of their application for admission.
Yes. We suggest you check with the following sources for more information: your guidance office, local library, the Higher Education Information Center (located in the Boston Public Library, Copley Square) and the Internet. As part of your Internet search, be sure to visit www.finaid.org.
You are not officially registered. You cannot attend classes or move into the residence halls until full payment is received. Failure to pay tuition and fees by the due date will result in cancellation of your class schedule.
New students start to receive awards in March; returning students start to receive awards in May, or once all of the paperwork is complete.