USF works to make its quality education as affordable as possible. Our Office of Financial Aid is your best resource for information and guidance.
The office administers the following forms of aid:
of students receive aid
Average aid amount, including loans
Once you’ve been accepted to USF, your file will be reviewed to determine the type of Title IV aid you are eligible to receive.
Title IV student aid programs (including federal grants, loans, Work Study, and some scholarships) are determined by the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), which must be submitted annually. By completing the FAFSA, you will be automatically considered for a Federal Pell Grant.
Students and families can file the FAFSA as early as October 1 (using prior-prior year income, per the Department of Education. The State of Indiana deadline and USF’s preferred cut-off date for completing a FAFSA is April 15, annually.
USF’s FAFSA Code