Apply free online for federal and state student grants, scholarships, work-study and loans. Federal Student Aid –The Department of Education must receive your FAFSA application no earlier than January 1, 2013 and no later than June 10, 2014. Make sure you provide accurate tax information by using the IRS Data Retrieval Tool through www.fafsa.ed.gov. By using this Retrieval Tool, you’ll be able to view and transfer your tax information directly into your FAFSA. Be sure to list Capitol College’s school code: 001436 - so that your information will be electronically sent to the College.
Capitol College is affordable to all students. In addition to having reasonable tuition and fees, it has a broad array of financial aid options. More than 80 percent of Capitol’s students receive some form of financial assistance, and our financial aid staff is dedicated to assisting you in finding the funds to help pay for your education.
Full-time undergraduates are eligible for federal, state and institutional scholarship and grant programs as well as federal student loan programs.
Here are some of your financial aid options:
Institutional Scholarships. Capitol College has a number of institutional (college-based) scholarships for which high school applicants for undergraduate acceptance are automatically reviewed.
Grants. The federal government has grant programs for students whose FAFSA demonstrates their financial need. The state of Maryland also has a need-based grant program for part-time students who are state residents.
Loans. The federal government has loan programs with low interest rates for undergraduate students and for their parents.
Work-Study. On-campus jobs allow students to earn money toward their educational expenses.
Veterans' Benefits. If you are a veteran or a veteran’s dependent, you may be eligible for educational benefits.