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An Alverno education will get you ready for your future. It has the power to transform your life as well as the lives of your family members and your community. That’s why we don’t want anything to stand in your way.
The Alverno Financial Aid team is here to help you, from putting together your initial financial aid package to helping you manage the cost of your education. And we’ll help you make sure that when you leave here, you do so on solid ground.
As a federally designated Hispanic-Serving Institution (HSI), all Alverno undergraduate and graduate students – regardless of race or ethnicity – are eligible to apply for scholarships administered by the Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities. Explore a list of current scholarship opportunities for students of HSIs.
Filing by the Feb. 1, 2021 priority date will ensure you are considered for the maximum amount of financial aid.
Alverno's Federal Code: 003832
Use the following links to help answer any questions you may have about the FAFSA:
Many employers offer tuition reimbursement for their employees and sometimes their employee’s families. Check with your employer, as well as your spouse’s or parent’s employers, to see if tuition reimbursement is available. Even if tuition reimbursement is not available, organizations may offer scholarships for employees or employee family members.
The military offers opportunities to fund your college education. This decision should be based on a careful examination of whether serving in America’s armed forces is right for you. If you are the dependent of a military veteran, active duty service member or veteran, you may be eligible for benefits. Visit http://www.benefits.va.gov/gibill/ to learn more or talk to your Education Liaison Representative.
If you are an American Indian or Indigenous American, there may be funds available to you both through your affiliated tribe and/or through state agencies. Contact your tribal benefit coordinator to see if you are eligible.
If you receive DVR funds for living expenses, there may be a training grant available to use toward your education. Contact your local Department of Vocational Rehabilitation to see if you qualify.
Refunds and withdrawals
Important information about your Financial Aid eligibility as it relates to dropping or withdrawing from courses is outlined in the following Withdrawal Policy.
Financial Aid Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) Standards
Federal financial aid regulations require institutions to establish and consistently apply both qualitative and quantitative standards to measure Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) for purposes of financial aid eligibility. It is your job as a student to stay informed of the College’s SAP standards and to monitor your own progress.
Ready to take the next step on your journey? Get in touch! Our office is staffed from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. CT, Monday through Friday. Reach us at 414-382-6262 or email@example.com.
Due to the pandemic, please contact us by phone or email rather than visiting us in person.
Naomi Coe, Financial Aid Director
America Rosete, Financial Aid Office Coordinator
Karina Marquez, Financial Aid Counselor
Vicky Somers, Financial Aid Counselor
Tina Johann, Senior Financial Aid Counselor for Online and Adult Programs
Austin Haynes, Assistant Director
Angie Uvaldo, Office Assistant
Gissell Perez, Office Assistant
Daniela Garcia, Office Assistant
Celestina Hertz, Office Assistant
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