83% of those eligible for need-based assistance received Villanova Grants for a total of $19.4 million. The average Villanova Grant award was $27,148.
The average assistance package for students with demonstrated financial need (combining need based grants, scholarships, loans and student employment) was $37,602.
For 2014-2015 Villanova University will fund more than $96 million in need-based financial assistance and merit-based scholarships for undergraduate students. Of this total, more than $64 million will be awarded through the need-based Villanova Grant program.
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 profileonline.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.