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Many families assume a private, personalized education is simply out of reach for them financially. That’s not the case at Centenary. Our Financial Aid Office works can help explain the financial aid process.

Getting Started

  1. Prospective freshman and transfer students should check out our Net Price Calculator to estimate their financial aid options.
  2. Get general information about the financial aid process on our Getting Started page.
  3. For more detailed information, check out our Financial Aid Guide.

Apply for Aid

Financial aid is available for almost everyone - you just need to apply.

  1. You need to be admitted to Centenary to be considered for financial aid. Haven’t applied yet? Click here.
  2. You should complete your FAFSA as early as possible after October 1st at www.fafsa.gov
Learn more by selecting your student type from the Apply for Aid link to the right.

Types of Aid

There is more to financial aid than you think. Learn about “free money” like grants and scholarships as well as work study and loans.

Using Your Financial Aid

Learn about how to use your financial aid to pay your bill, get your books and pay for living expenses.

Forms, Policies, and Important Dates

Need a form? Want to check out the full policy for something? So many dates – how can you keep it all straight? This is the page for you!

Calculators and Resources

This is a great page to walk you through some resources that you didn’t know that you needed. Calculate your expected loan repayment when you graduate. See if you even need a loan. Need more scholarships?

Net Price Calculator

The Centenary University Net Price Calculator is part of a carefully designed program that can help guide a prospective student through estimating their financial aid options.

Financial Aid Brochure

Centenary University is committed to working with you and your family to make a Centenary education affordable for you. So talk to us. We’ll help you understand FAFSA, loans, grants, and scholarships. We’ll work together to try to make the money part work.