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We look forward to assisting you with your financial aid questions. Never hesitate to email, call, or mail your questions and concerns to our office. We welcome your feedback on our customer service.
Tuition and fees are available on the Bursar's Office website.
Information on on-campus housing costs and meal plan as well as parking permit cost is available online. Visit the Office of Admission's website for annual undergraduate cost of attendance information.
The following are three bookstores U of L students may purchase their books at:
Resource and Tools
Begin with Financial Aid: Start to Finish. This will guide you step-by-step through the financial aid process and give you tips along the way.
You can file the FAFSA while you are applying for admission to U of L. High school seniors can get an estimate of their costs and financial aid available by using our new . We will begin reviewing your FAFSA once you are at least an applicant with the Admission's Office.
Review our scholarship webpage for information on both outside and U of L scholarship opportunities. A list of outside scholarship applications our office has received is also available online.
With the U.S. Department of Education's FAFSA4caster, you can enter in your (and your family's) income and asset information and receive an estimated EFC. This is similar to what the U.S. Department of Education does when you submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). You can use this calculator if you do not already have your EFC on the Student Aid Report (SAR) you received after filing your 2011-2012 FAFSA.
Not only does your academic department have academic standards you must meet, but so does our office. We must monitor academic progress for federal and state financial aid eligibility. For free academic assistance, such as tutoring, please contact the REACH Office.
We welcome your feedback on our customer service.