Education is an investment in your future, and we know that the investment can get expensive. But here’s the good news: Every year, the U.S. Department of Education’s Federal Student Aid office provides billions of dollars in assistance to millions of students and their families. This aid can be used to pay for tuition and fees, books, supplies, and more. Financial Aid falls into one of the four types:
|Type of Aid||Source||Basis of Award||Repayment Required?|
|3||Federal Work Study||Federal||Financial Need||No|
Additional information about financial aid sources may be found below.
The majority of financial aid is based on demonstrating a financial need through the completion of the FAFSA. Financial need is determined by subtracting the student's Expected Family Contribution (EFC) from the Cost of Attendance (COA).
The Cost of Attendance is more than direct costs of tuition, fees and books. Indirect college expenses such as living expenses, transportation and personal expenditures are considered.
|Cost of Attendance Example #1
Living with parent
Full-time student (12 or more hours)
Attending Fall and Spring semesters
|Tuition and Fees||$2,376|
|Books and Supplies||$1,080|
|Room and Board||$2,700|
|Personal and Other||$1,350|
*The out of county surcharge for two semesters is $1,128. The out of state surcharge for two semesters is $4,392.
Note: The college reserves the right to change without notice statements concerning rules, policies, fees, curricula, courses, or other matters.
Laboratory fees are determined for individual classes. Any additional costs for programs can be found in the Online Course Schedule Planner for each individual class that requires payment of additional fees.
The Online Course Schedule Planner can be found at www.sinclair.edu/schedule
Check out this video to learn about grants, loans, and work-study jobs and how they can help fund your education.