The Financial Aid Office at Kuyper College participates in a variety of financial aid programs. Assistance may include scholarships, grants, loans, and student employment. Scholarships and grants are awards that don't have to be repaid. Loans and student employment opportunities are considered self-help awards since repayment or performance of duties is required. As a private, nonprofit institution, Kuyper College has been approved by the U.S. Secretary of Education to participate in financial aid programs authorized by Title IV of the Higher Education Act of 1962 as amended.Our promise as a financial aid staff is to partner with you to help make the investment in your college education at Kuyper not only possible, but affordable.
Search for available scholarships at local retailers, banks, area
chambers of commerce, local civic groups, etc. Check out our links to
The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)
signature is electronic and a Personal Identification Number (PIN) needs to be
obtained before applying for federal aid. Apply for a (PIN) at www.pin.ed.gov.
The PIN is unique to each person and must be obtained by the student and, if
applicable, a parent of the student.
Be sure to
review the Christian Leadership Scholarship Information Form well in advance of
the Scholarship's ending date of February 15. Applicants will need to submit
the Application and two reference forms, before the deadline, to have their
application reviewed by the scholarship committee.Mid February -
Kuyper FAFSA Open House and Workshop, contact Kim Desgranges for information.February 15 - Deadline for the Christian Leadership Scholarship.Christian Leadership Scholarship InformationChristian
Leadership Scholarship ApplicationChristian_Leadership_Scholarship_Reference_Form
circumstances arise, such as your parent(s) paying private school tuition for
your siblings, if your family has high out-of pocket medical or dental
expenses, if there is a loss of income or a dramatic reduction of income in
the family due to job loss, divorce, separation, or death/disablement of a
parent or spouse. Complete the Supplemental_Information_Form.