Financial Aid Checklist

Financial Aid Checklist

  • Apply for admission and be accepted
  • Optional - Estimate your award using our Net Price Calculator
  • Complete the FAFSA for need-based aid using parent and student FSA ID annually after January 1 (The Covenant College school code is 003484.)
  • Check the student's Covenant email for award notification.
  • Check BANNER account to accept award online using username & password.
    (Read directions for viewing/accepting your Covenant College financial aid award on your Banner web account)
  • Pay enrollment deposit
  • Complete the student employment placement form if awarded student employment.
  • Check BANNER account for missing requirements - due June 1.
    - needed for disbursement of funds to student's account
  • Complete the necessary steps for the loan process (if loans are accepted):
    - Complete the entrance interview & Master Promissory Note for Stafford Loans
    - Apply and E-Sign Master Promissory Note for PLUS loan
    - Complete the entrance interview for Perkins loans
    - Complete Master Promissory Note for Perkins in the Financial Aid Office
  • Sign up for the ten-month payment plan ($40 annual fee applies; no finance charges) or make open account payments on your balance
    - Finance charges (1.17%) are assessed on the unpaid balance the last business day of each month.
    - Account balances may be paid online.

 

REMINDER: The student’s account balance must be paid or arrangements made in the Financial Aid Office before pre-registering for subsequent semesters.

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