The financial aid office at Eastern Oregon University is committed to helping you obtain funding for your academic program. Whether you’re a current or prospective student, there are a variety of financial aid programs available. Financial aid programs vary in eligibility criteria and award amounts. Most students and families need some financial assistance. If you need help in applying for financial aid, we are here to help. We are available Monday through Friday 8am to 5pm, in the financial aid office.
Financial Aid Award Guide
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We encourage all students to apply for financial aid by filing a Free Application For Federal Student Aid. Our federal school code is 003193.
Step 1: FSA ID
An FSA ID gives you access to Federal Student Aid’s online systems and can serve as your legal signature.
Step 3: Accept Your Loans
PLEASE, PUT YOUR STUDENT ID NUMBER ON ALL DOCUMENTS!
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- To Log Into Webster, please click here
What is Verification? Please click here
Disbursement and Census Dates:
- Fall 2018: September 20, 2018; Census on October 24, 2018
- Winter 2019: January 3, 2019; Census on February 4, 2019
- Spring 2019: March 28, 2019; Census on April 29, 2019
Step 2: Fill out the FAFSA
* Remember that you must file a FAFSA for each year you attend and you want to receive financial aid.
There are literally thousands of scholarships available to students who are on the hunt for the right match! Most require an application SAT/ACT scores and an essay or other documentation – and a prompt deadline. Take advantage of your talent, drive and ambition and receive funds to help with your college costs. Some are awarded based on financial need. Others look at your academic achievements, school activities or planned major.