Financial aid includes any money you receive to fund your education and may include: scholarships, grants, work study, loans, and more.

When you submit the FAFSA (commonly referred to as Financial Aid), you are automatically considered for grants (which do not need to be paid back) and loans (which do need to be paid back), so you do not need to apply for them separately. You may also apply for scholarships in addition to your financial aid or for only scholarships.

Not sure where to start? Read the Financial Aid Checklist.

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Financial Aid Checklist

Follow our checklist as a full guide to applying for financial aid. 

Step 1: Submit the FAFSA

  1. Determine your eligibility to complete the
    • Undocumented students should complete a . Application availability and priority deadlines mimic the FAFSA.
  2. , if needed. The FSA ID will serve as an electronic signature on your FAFSA.
  3.  (澳门六合彩论坛 Federal School Code is 003646)
    • 2023-2024 Financial Aid Year (Summer 2023, Fall 2023 and Spring 2024)
      • 2023-2024 FAFSA has a priority deadline of January 15, 2023
      • Student and parent 2021 tax information is used on the application
      • Review your Student Aid Report (SAR) for any discrepancies and/or important messages about your aid eligibility. The SAR is a summary of your FAFSA data and will display your Expected Family Contribution (EFC,) which is used to determine your aid eligibility. You should review your SAR for any errors you may have made on the FAFSA and review the messages provided on the SAR about your aid eligibility.
      • Your FAFSA information will be received by TWU after it is processed by the federal processor.
    • 2024-2025 Financial Aid Year (Summer 2024, Fall 2024 and Spring 2025)
      • 2024-2025 FAFSA has a priority deadline of April 15, 2024
      • Student and parent 2022 tax information is used on the application
      • Review your FAFSA Submission Summary for any discrepancies and/or important messages about your aid eligibility. The FAFSA Submission Summary summarizes the information you reported on your FAFSA. It includes your estimated eligibility for a Federal Pell Grant and federal student loans, your Student Aid Index (SAI) and whether you've been selected for verification. You should review your FAFSA Submission Summary for any errors you may have made on the FAFSA and review the messages provided about your aid eligibility.
      • Your FAFSA information will be received by TWU after it is processed by the federal processor.
  4. Dependency Status
  5. Monitor your To-Do list within the TWU Pioneer Portal for confirmation of TWU’s receipt of your FAFSA and requests for additional documents to complete your financial aid file
  6. Check your TWU email regularly for important information about your financial aid
  7. Review different types of financial aid programs

Step 2: Apply for Scholarships

  1. Apply for scholarships on the 
    • Complete the General Application and Recommended Opportunities

Note: Scholarship recipients will be notified through their TWU email of the award. 

Step 3: Accept or Reject Your Financial Aid Awards

Once your FAFSA has been received and all requirements have been met, watch for your official financial aid notification. Financial Aid awards are based on your Expected Family Contribution (EFC) for 2023-2024 aid or the Student Aid Index (SAI) for 2024-2025 and beyond, grade level, enrollment status and other factors.

  1. Access your financial aid awards through the 
  2. Access information about viewing your award letter
  3. Accept or reject each financial aid award offered to you
  4. Review and sign your Financial Aid Award Letter

Note: During the fall and spring semesters, financial aid will usually disburse to student accounts on the first day of class.

Step 4: Meet & Maintain Eligibility Requirements

  1. File a FAFSA and complete the TWU Scholarship application each year
  2. Monitor important dates and deadlines
  3. Check your Federal Direct Loan borrowing and Federal Pell Grant usage on the 
  4. Read and understand how Satisfactory Academic Progress requirements impact your financial aid eligibility
  5. including enrollment, repeating courses, failure to enroll/re-enroll and others
  6. Talk to Financial Aid before withdrawing from classes