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https://www.erikson.edu/graduate-education/financial-aid/

ERIKSON INSTITUTE FINANCIAL AIDS

As per the information provided on the official website, Erikson institute confers about $2 Million in institutional grants and scholarships upon its students. Financial aids can be in the form of grants, scholarships, student loans, and so on. Grants and scholarships, unlike student loans, need not be repaid. These aids are conferred upon students to help them through the education process. Student loans, however, have to be repaid in due time with a certain amount of interest added.

Sources of funding at Erikson include:

  • Erikson scholarships and need-based grants – these are awards that you don’t have to pay back
  • Federal student loans
  • Federal TEACH grants for teacher candidates
  • State of Illinois MTI Scholarships for teacher candidates
  • State of Illinois Gateways Scholarships
  • External scholarships and grants (not funded by Erikson)

ERIKSON INSTITUTE FINANCIAL AID PROCESS

  • Students are required to have an FSA ID. The FSA ID is essential for attaining information with respect to FAFSA.
  • The only form that the students need to fill to be eligible for Financial aids is the Free Application for Federal Student Aid or the FAFSA. The Erikson code for the FAFSA is G 35103.
  • For more information, applicants can contact finaid@erikson.edu.

 

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