Financial Aid Shopping Sheets disclose and simplify the cost of attendance for prospective and current veteran students. All students are encouraged to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Once you have completed the
Please note: the costs provided in the Shopping Sheets below are based on full-time enrollment status. If you are or will be a part-time student, please contact the Office of Financial Aid to obtain the appropriate Shopping Sheet.
|Degree Level||Format||Shopping Sheet|
|Undergraduate||Cohort||Full-Time Students in the Cohort-Based Undergraduate Programs|
|Modular||Full-Time Students in the Module-Based Undergraduate Programs|
|Traditional Day||Full-Time Commuter Students in the Traditional Day Undergraduate Programs|
|Full-Time Resident Students in the Traditional Day Undergraduate Programs|
|Graduate||Cohort||Full-Time Students in the Cohort-Based Graduate Programs|
|Modular||Full-Time Students in the Module-Based Art Therapy Program|
|Full-Time Students in the Module-Based Addiction Counseling, Education, Human Services, and Liberal Studies Programs|
|Full-Time Students in the Module-Based Business Administration and Leadership Programs|
|Full-Time Students in the Module-Based Writing Program|
Read our Shopping Sheet Cover Letter for an introduction to Shopping Sheets and how to use them.
If you need help completing your Shopping Sheet or have questions about financial aid, please contact the Office of Financial Aid.Office of Financial Aid
You may obtain information about education benefits for veterans from the Department of Veterans Affairs (888-442-4551) or the Connecticut Veteran Affairs Regional Office (800-827-1000).
Once you have confirmed your eligibility, please contact the Office of the Registrar (203-773-8514) to complete the in-house certification process for your benefits.
You can learn more about Shopping Sheets from the U.S. Department of Education.