You have received your Verification Worksheet in the mail, but you may have a number of questions about the process ahead of you. This site will provide you with some answers as well as some resources to help you complete the income portion of the verification process.
We know that for many students paying for college isn't easy. More than 95% of Wittenberg students receive financial aid or scholarships. Annually, Wittenberg grants more than $9 million in the form of academic scholarships and grants.
How to Apply for Financial Aid at Wittenberg:
Let us help you breakdown the steps for applying for financial aid. Use our step by step guide to apply for financial aid and scholarships at Wittenberg. Read More...
The Application for Wittenberg Grant and Endowed Scholarship Programs represents the next stage on your path to Wittenberg. The education that you receive will introduce you to countless new experiences and opportunities.
What is a Federal Direct Student loan? The Direct Student loan is a low-interest loan designed to provide students with additional funds to assist in paying for education costs not covered by other sources of financial aid. The interest rates for loans taken out for the 2013-2014 academic year are 3.86% for both subsidized loans and unsubsidized loans. The federal government also charges an origination fee of 1.072%. The interest rate on these loans for the 2013-2014 academic year will be set this summer.
What is a Federal Direct PLUS Loan? The Direct PLUS Loan is a federally sponsored education loan that offers a low, fixed interest rate of 6.41% with an origination fee of 4.288%. The standard repayment period is ten years, but there is no penalty for early payoff.