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COST OF ATTENDANCE

- EFC

= FINANCIAL AID NEED

 

Cost of Attendance is the price tag of attending a particular college for a year. It is a budget that colleges develop and includes: tuition, books, fees, supplies, room (i.e., housing costs), board (i.e., food), transportation, and loan fees).

The Expected Family Contribution is the amount of money a family is expected to contribute each year towards a student’s education costs. Based on the information submitted on the FAFSA, the U.S. Dept. of Education applies a formula that results in the amount the family is expected to contribute.

The amount of financial aid you are eligible to receive is also based on the number of credit hours you take. Your initial financial aid offer is based on fulltime enrollment. The amount changes if you take more or fewer hours. The final amount is based on your enrollment on the census date for your quarter.

It is your responsibility to notify the financial aid office if you do not register in a full-time basis.