Cost does not need to be an obstacle as you explore your
interest in continuing education. There are ways to help finance
your educational expenses, and applying for financial aid is
For help, please contact Saint Leo's Office of Student Financial
Toll Free: (800) 240-7658
Fax: (866) 708-7770
Financial aid is any form of assistance that helps to pay
college education expenses. Scholarships, grants, loans, and
student employment programs are all classified as financial
Saint Leo University students may be eligible for the following
types of aid:
Alternate ways to finance your education include:
Saint Leo University awards institutional, federal and various
state financial aid to eligible students who are enrolled in a
degree program and attending at least half-time.
Students receiving federal financial aid must meet the Saint Leo
academic standards of academic progress. Failure to maintain these
standards will result in losing aid eligibility.
Federal student aid accounts for the largest percentage of aid
received by adult students. For information about types of federal
student aid, eligibility criteria, and repaying student loans—and
to fill out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid
(FAFSA)—visit www.studentloans.gov. Saint
Leo's federal school code is 001526.
To find out about funding from agencies other than the
Department of Education, take a look at www.studentaid.ed.gov/othersources.
Federal grants are restricted to students enrolled in
undergraduate programs. Graduate students enrolled at least
half-time in a degree program are eligible to receive federal
Saint Leo is committed to helping you finance your future. Begin your
scholarship search now.
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