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The financial aid process determines the expected family contribution (EFC) toward meeting the student's costs of attending (COA). The expected contribution is then subtracted from the student's budgeted cost at Fontbonne University. The difference between the total budgeted cost and the family contribution determines the student's need for financial assistance.
Total cost of attending Fontbonne - Expected family contribution = Financial need (COA - EFC = need)
Current regulations do not permit unclassified (non-degree seeking) students to receive any type of federal aid. While most programs are limited to full-time students, three-quarter time and half-time degree-seeking students may qualify for aid through the Pell Grant program, SEOG Grant, Federal Stafford Loan (both subsidized and unsubsidized) program and/or the Parent Loan for Undergraduate Students. A student enrolled in a teacher certification or recertification program is considered the same as a fifth-year undergraduate student, but can only receive aid through the Federal Stafford Loan (both subsidized and unsubsidized) program.