Thinking about your finances and financial aid? Graduate students can qualify for federal work-study and two federal non-need based loan programs. The federal Direct Lending website is studentloans.gov. Loan programs can pay for the entire cost of your degree and living expenses – we provide details in our links to the left.
The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) provides annual access to federal aid. The FAFSA web location is www.fafsa.ed.gov. Use Mitchell Hamline’s FAFSA code G02391
One of the two federal loans requires no negative credit situations. Check your credit report! A free, federally mandated, no obligation credit report is available through the official website annualcreditreport.com. Avoid surprises! Be fiscally fit!
While we have no formal deadline for filing the FAFSA, aid is available only in the the current academic year. Unused aid expires at the close of the academic year.
Tuition due dates are posted on the Student Finances pages.
Financial aid eligibility requires current enrollment: a minimum of 2 credits (half time) in May/Summer Term, and/or 6 credits (half-time) in any Fall or Spring Term.
- New Students
- Continuing Students
- Transfer Students
- May Term and Summer
- Study Abroad/Study Away
Use Mitchell Hamline financial aid online forms to add the following costs to your financial aid budget:
- 1x computer purchase
- uninsured medical expenses
- health insurance premiums
- dependent care expenses
Which year’s FAFSA to use?
May/Summer Term is the first semester in each aid year. Each year’s unused aid eligibility expires at the close of spring semester.
File the FAFSA at www.fafsa.ed.gov
Use the MHSL FAFSA code G02391
The 2017-18 FAFSA is used for
The 2016-17 FAFSA is used for: