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How to Apply for Financial Aid at Malone University

Below is more information on applying for financial aid depending on whether you are a new freshman/transfer student or a returning student.


New Freshmen and Transfer Students

Apply for admission. To receive an application for admission, you may contact the Admissions Department by telephone at 1-800-521-1146 or by e-mail at nqzvffvbaf+znybar+rqh . You may also submit an online application.

Get an early start on Financial Aid. Visit this fafsa forecaster site, which will enable you to see estimated federal student aid eligibility, increase your knowledge of the financial aid process, and provides outside sources of aid such as grants and scholarships. Other benefits of FAFSA4caster include:

  • Automatic generation and email receipt of a Federal Student Aid PIN (Personal Identification Number) to use on the online FAFSA application
  • Pre-populate a FAFSA web application for the current processing year.
  • Check out the Net price calculator - (note that this tool provides an average student grant award package based on family income.)

Complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). To complete your FAFSA, choose one of the options below:

Option 1: File an application online at http://www.fafsa.ed.gov/.
Important: Make sure to complete the signature page at the end.
The Malone Title IV school code is 003072 .

7 Easy Steps to the 2014-2015 FAFSA

Option 2: File a paper FAFSA.

Download the FAFSA form at www.fafsa.ed.gov  OR request a paper FAFSA by calling 1.800.4.FED.AID (1.800.433.3243).

Mail the completed form to the address listed on the FAFSA application.

Returning Malone Students

For those students receiving any type of need-based aid such as grants, work-study or loans from the federal government, state government or Malone, the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) is REQUIRED.

The renewal FAFSA may be filed electronically at www.fafsa.ed.gov. March 1 remains our priority deadline.

FAFSA applications will certainly be accepted after this priority deadline, however, due to limited funding certain types of aid such as Perkins loans, SEOG, and work-study will not be available for student who file their FAFSA after this date.