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Many Bryant & Stratton College students are eligible to receive federal student aid in the form of grants, federal work study, or loans. These different forms of aid can all be applied to the cost of education at Bryant & Stratton College to help make your education more affordable. Determining your eligibility for 经济资助 开始与完成联邦学生援助（FAFSA）的免费应用程序，并利用我们有益的财政援助顾问合作，以确定您的资格。
A completed FAFSA application with Bryant & Stratton College’s school code – 002678 – will help determine your eligibility for the following forms of aid:
学生可以通过联邦佩尔助学金领取高达本科每年$ 5,815。佩尔助学金的资格是根据学生的家庭预期贡献所决定 FAFSA application. Students will work with a Bryant & Stratton College 经济资助 representative to determine their Pell Grant eligibility.
学生可以通过联邦补充教育机会赠款方案获得高达每援助每年$ 4,000。这个补助金制澳门赌场官方下载呈现给谁证明符合奖励范围从$ 100高达$ 4,000根据资格，并仅限于可用资金所需的资金需求的学生。
The 经济资助 department at Bryant & Stratton College works with students to determine eligibility for additional assistance through FSEOG.
Campus-based students have the opportunity to participate in the federal work study program at Bryant & Stratton College while attending classes. This program is available for students who have a qualifying financial need and incorporates work that complements the student’s program of study. There is also an opportunity to work with off-campus businesses or non-profit agencies determined by working with your 经济资助 advisor.
Many students at Bryant & Stratton College meet the requirements to qualify for a Direct Student Loan. This student loan program allows eligible students to borrow directly from the US Department of 教育 to help pay for school. As with any other form of student loan, you must repay the loan, with interest, after leaving school or after dropping below a halftime enrollment status.
Various governmental agencies administer programs that assist with educational costs. Examples of these agencies are the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA), Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA), New York Vocational 教育al 服务 for Individuals with Disabilities (VESID), Trade Readjustment Act (TRA), and the Workforce Investment Act (WIA). For further information regarding eligibility, contact your high school guidance counselor, social services agencies, or Bryant & Stratton College.