Scholarships, Costs & Aid | Troy University

Scholarships, Costs & Aid

How to Pay for College

Troy University is committed to providing exceptional service to students and their families who apply for financial assistance and encourages all applicants to consider completing the process early. We offer a various services and programs designed to help students and families develop a plan for how to pay for college.

There is an application process associated with receiving financial aid and scholarships; all students should familiarize themselves with priority deadlines and apply well in advance of the anticipated start term. To get more information about the cost of attending college and the types of student aid that may be available to you, look through the options below.

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Scholarships

Pursue the degree that will lead you to the career of your dreams, and do it with the help of TROY’s amazing donors and sponsors.

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Costs

Paying for tuition, housing, books, and fees can be overwhelming. That's why we provide guides for budgeting, making payments, and receiving your refund ASAP. 

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Financial Aid

Need help with financing your education? No problem! Start here to learn how to get started.

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Financial Aid A-Z Index

Use our Financial Aid A-Z Index for quick answers to your most common questions. 

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Child Care Access Means Parents in School

Are you a Troy University student who needs help with paying for childcare? Learn more about Child Care Access Means Parents in School (CCAMPIS).

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The general eligibility requirements for financial aid are that a student must be a U.S. Citizen (or eligible noncitizen); must be enrolled in an eligible degree or certificate program; and must show financial need as determined by filing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) every year.

There are three main types of financial aid:  grants and/or scholarships, loans, and work.  Grants, scholarships, and work do not need to be repaid.  Loans must be repaid after the student graduates or stops being at least a half-time student.

There are no income limits regarding eligibility for financial aid.  Many factors come into play in determining a student’s financial need, including income, assets, family size, number in college, and the cost of attendance at the student’s choice of college.