The Scholarship Gateway is now open for 2014-2015 applications! Additional scholarships will be added soon.
Frequently Asked Questions are found here.
Please beware of the fake student loan sites that are stealing the identities of students. See more information about this here.
2013-14 Federal Work Study (FWS) jobs are now listed on Hokies4Hire! These are campus-based jobs that offer flexible hours tailored to academic schedules, and there are personally rewarding opportunities such as Literacy Corps.
Community Service: If you want to improve the quality of life in the local community, give back to a community that gives in return, become a role model, develop your passion to help others, discover new interests and mentor others in need, then you need to research the Community Service Programs here at Virginia Tech!
If you've any questions about Community Service opportunities or would like to speak with someone about community service, please do feel free to contact Gloria Hoover.
Parent PLUS and Private Alternative loans can take 3 weeks or more to process. We recommend that you complete the Parent PLUS and/or the Private/Alternative loan application at least 30 days prior to the time funds are needed.
Students may still file a 2013-14 FAFSA even though the FAFSA Priority Deadline for the 2013-14 school year has passed (March 1). Late filers are still eligible for Stafford student loans, Parent PLUS loans,and, in some cases, Pell Grants or Graduate (Student) PLUS Loans. Learn more about the Types of Aid and FAFSA Tips.
Use our Financial Aid Estimator to help you estimate your eligibility.
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You do not have to wait for an admissions decision before starting to apply for Financial Aid.
To apply for financial aid at Virginia Tech follow the steps below:
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More steps in Applying for Financial Aid
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Read and learn more about Twelve Truths For A Successful Financial Aid Year (PDF | 159KB)
Want an estimate of your financial aid award? Use the Financial Aid Estimator.
Want to budget your bill payment over several months? Read more about the Bursar’s Budget Tuition Plan.
Parents of dependent students need more aid? Read and learn more about Federal Parent PLUS Loans.
Graduate/Professional students need more aid? Read and learn more about the Federal Grad PLUS loans.
Interested in private/alternative (non-governmental, mostly for profit) loans? Click here for more information.
Need to change or reduce your aid? Click Here For the Aid Change Form.
Would you like direct deposit for your student living expense refund? Click here for more information.