Financial Aid Office
Financial aid comes in many forms, including federal and state grant funding, student loan programs, work study and student employment, as well as numerous merit and need-based internal and external scholarship opportunities.
The Edinboro University preferred filing deadline for the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is March 15. Students who file before this date will receive full consideration for financial aid.
Below, please review the numerous financial aid options that help make earning the education you deserve attainable at EU.
Both merit- and need-based University scholarships and scholarships offered by outside organizations are available to help students offset tuition costs.
A number of federal and state grants, which are funds that don’t need to be repaid, are available to students. Special grant funds also are available to residents of specific areas/cities, other states, to students in certain academic programs and more.
Edinboro University participates in a number of student loan programs, which allow students and their families to borrow money to pay for educational expenses.
To help offset tuition and other costs, EU offers part-time employment to degree-seeking undergraduate students enrolled half-time or greater.
EU participates in a number of federal aid programs that allow veterans to earn a degree at little to no cost.