Villanova University is dedicated to providing students with financial assistance, which may include a combination of grants, scholarships, loans and student employment, that will closely meet their family's need as well as payment options to assist in meeting educational expenses.
You may be surprised by how favorably Villanova University compares to "lower-cost" schools! The actual out-of-pocket cost to attend Villanova is often the same as that of less-costly institutions, because grants, loans, and other forms of aid can fill the financial gap between the total cost of attendance and what your family can afford.
Prospective students entering 2015-2016 and Spring 2015 transfers: Find out more information on how to apply for federal and institutional financial assistance.
Villanova's Office of Financial Assistance is available to help students and their families through the financial aid application process, which can seem like an overwhelming task without the proper guidance. read more...
In the process of paying for college, your objective should be to satisfy the balance of tuition costs without spending too much on interest from loans. Our objective is to provide you with a strategy to accomplish this. read more...
Freshman Class of 2019 Financial Assistance application deadlines:
THE VILLANOVA UNIVERSITY DEADLINE FOR 2014-2015 FINANCIAL AID FOR RETURNING STUDENTS IS:
April 30, 2014 - Completed application materials must be postmarked by this date.
·2014-2015 Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) must be filed PRIOR TO this date online at www.fafsa.gov.
·2014-2015 College Board PROFILE must be filed PRIOR TO this date online at www.collegeboard.com.
·Completed signed copies of custodial parent(s)’, stepparent’s, and student’s 2013 U.S. Federal or Puerto Rico Tax Return as well as 2013 W-2’s, 1099/1099R’s, and all tax schedules must be submitted to IDOC (https://idoc.collegeboard.org/idoc/index.jsp). *Do not submit tax documents to the Office of Financial Assistance*
·IRS Data Retrieval Tool: If you and/or your parent(s) filed your 2013 U.S. Income Tax Return at least two weeks before filing the FAFSA (and have paid taxes owed, if applicable), you should use the IRS Data Retrieval Tool when completing the FAFSA.
·2013 U.S. Tax Return Transcript: If you do not choose to participate in the IRS Data Retrieval Process when filing the FAFSA, you will be required to provide a copy of your and/or your parent(s)’/stepparent’s transcript to the Office of Financial Assistance. This can be requested through the IRS website at www.irs.gov.