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College is a significant investment in yourself and your future. We’re committed to working with you to meet all of your demonstrated financial needs.
Financial aid is any grant, scholarship, loan, or paid employment offered to help a student meet his/her college expenses. The mission of the Financial Aid Office is to provide you with excellent service from dedicated financial aid professionals who provide the knowledge and experience required to assist you with financing your Kendall College education.
The intention of financial aid is to make college available to students coming from a variety of backgrounds. Things like income, family size, the number of family members in college, benefits, and many other factors go in to determining your aid eligibility.
About two-thirds of full-time undergraduate college students receive some type of financial aid in the form of grants, scholarships, loans or work-study. Approximately 38 percent of financial aid dollars awarded to undergraduates are in the form of federal loans, and the rest are grants, scholarships, federal work-study, and tax credits and deductions. (The College Board, 2014)
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