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Financial Aid

Your school probably offers financial aid to ensure candidates and current students who have great merit but limited funds can afford to attend your school. You might accept students first and then review their financial status. Alternatively, if your financial aid budget is more limited, you'll probably limit the number of students you accept who can't pay in full and thus a candidate’s financial situation would play a greater role in the initial application.

Before you accept applications for financial aid, set up the types of financial aid you plan to offer and determine what to call your decisions.

Note: For more information on financial aid with onBoard Contract/Smart Tuition Integration, see here.

Next enable candidates to apply for aid, submit documentation, and review their status as part of the application process.