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Getting $$ for College

by Emily Rogers on April 24, 2014 in Government Documents, Odum Library, Reference

Whether you’re headed to VSU as a new student or returning here this fall, it’s time to investigate available student financial aid resources.  VSU’s Financial Aid Office is the local clearinghouse for information about applying for and receiving student aid.

In particular, any student seeking financial aid must complete the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Financial Aid) as early as possible, but at VSU no later than June 1st for Fall 2014 financial assistance. Find out more about the types of student aid and more at Studentaid.gov.

If you’re still investigating college opportunities, the U.S. Department of Education offers a free College Navigator to help you research colleges and universities in the United States. Of course, we hope you’ll use the navigator to search for Valdosta State University and find detailed information about admissions, programs of study, how many students receive financial aid, and more!



Edgar James says:

Valdosta State university’s Financial Aid Office is a hot mess, it is in shambles and has no clear direction to truly help students, I am tired of calling asking for help only to get a student or a rude Senior Secretary who thinks that she knows more than the financial aid counselors. VSU Financial Aid is sooooo terrible to visit! Please do something about this, ASAP, and before summer and fall 2014 starts back up!

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