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STEPS TO APPLY FOR FINANCIAL AID

Here is more information if you are an International student interested in applying for Financial Aid. As an international student, in order to receive financial aid during your years at Wesleyan, you MUST apply for financial aid and be eligible at the time that you apply for admission.

For U.S. citizens and DACA or undocumented students, if you apply to Wesleyan and indicate that you will not be seeking financial assistance, you will not be eligible to receive Wesleyan financial aid until after you have been enrolled for one year/two full semesters at the university. If you would like to apply for financial aid after you receive your admission letter, you are encouraged to contact the Financial Aid Office to discuss whether we are able to consider your changed circumstance since submitting your application for admission.

If you are a DACA or undocumented student you will need to complete:

  1. 2021-22 CSS Profile available October 1st
  2. 2021-22 NCP Profile (if applicable) available October 1st
  3. Submit signed 2019 federal tax returns and W2 forms for both parent and student through IDOC

Here is more information if you are a DACA or undocumented student interested in applying for Financial Aid.

If you are a U.S. citizen you will need to complete:

  1. Complete the 2021-22 Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) available October 1st
  2. Complete the 2021-22 - CSS Profile available October 1st
  3. 2021-22 NCP Profile (if applicable) available October 1st
  4. Submit signed 2019 federal tax returns and W2 forms for both parent and student through IDOC

Here is more information if you are a U.S. Citizen interested in applying for Financial Aid.

For more detailed information, visit the Financial Aid website.

For further assistance or any questions, please contact the Financial Aid Office at (860) 685-2800.