Financial Aid Calendar

Financial Aid Calendar 2018-19

June 1, 2018

Application opens for fall 2019 enrollment

September 1

Competitive scholarship applications are available to applicants on our website (must meet qualifications to be considered).

October 1
FAFSA opens for the 2019-20 school year is available. The application will be using 2017 tax data. The Covenant College school code is 003484
November 15
Early action admissions deadline & competitive scholarship applications due.
To be considered for any of our competitive scholarships, you must meet the specified qualifications and complete your application for admission through the early action process.
December 1
All admissions decisions for fall 2018 early action applicants will be delivered by this date.
December 15
Financial aid packages released to fall 2018 early action admitted students except students applying for competitive scholarships
January 4, 2019
Competitive scholarship finalists announced
January 25-26
First Scholarship Weekend
February 1
Regular-decision admissions deadline for fall 2018
February 8-9
Second Scholarship Weekend
March 1
All admissions decisions for fall 2018 regular-decision applicants will be delivered by this date
March 15
Financial aid packages released to fall 2018 regular decision admitted students
Returning students receive financial aid award
May 1
Enrollment Deposit ($300) due
June 1
Financial aid files, including verification, must be completed
Student employment contracts and information e-mailed to student’s Covenant account


Important: all items must reach the financial aid office by the date listed, not postmarked by the date.


You may also visit the Student Accounts office calendar.


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