There are two opportunities to get assistance with your spring 2019 textbook: The Berger Book Bag grant and the Textbook Scholarship. You can find information on both scholarships here.
The sky is falling, the sky is falling! No, not really, but it is time to file your FAFSA before it’s too late.
If you wait too long and need assistance paying for your tuition, it will feel like the sky is falling come August when tuition payments are due.
Whether you are a new or returning program student or interested in taking a course or two, Moraine Park has something for you!
Are you a New or Returning Program Student that hasn’t registered for spring 2018? The time is now!
Some student’s Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) applications are selected for verification. Verification is the process by which the Financial Aid Office is required to compare the information on the financial aid application with certain documents provided by the student to verify the accuracy of the information on the FAFSA.
The Moraine Park Financial Aid Office will send any students in this situation a letter and a few forms to complete and return.
Scholarships are free money that does not need to be paid back. Moraine Park lists scholarship opportunities on our website. Check out current opportunities here: http://www.morainepark.edu/financial-aid/scholarships/
As you prepare for life after school? We want to provide you with next steps, tips, and advice regarding your student loans.
First, review your records and student account. You’ll need to figure out whether you have federal student loans, private student loans, or both. The advice below is for your federal student loans. To discuss repayment options for your private student loans, contact your lender.