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    Office of Financial Aid

    Radford University is proud to make a commitment to make education as affordable as possible for students and their families. In addition to need-based aid, Radford awards numerous academic scholarships ranging from $1,000 to $10,000.

    We in the Office of Financial Aid assist you and your families in identifying and securing financial aid funds to attend Radford University. 
    Contact the Financial Aid Team

    Please register below for a one-on-one appointment with a member from the Office of Financial Aid. 
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    Upcoming Events

    We are hosting a variety of events this semester to offer you assistance as you complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). We are also here to assist you in understanding your financial aid award packet and showing you the steps on accepting your financial aid award. We look forward to seeing you at our next Financial Aid event!

    Getting Started
    • Complete your Federal Taxes - Ensure your parents' or spouse's 2021 taxes are completed (if applicable).
    • New Freshman - Create FSAID username and password. The FSA ID serves as your digital signature for the FAFSA and login information for Federal Student Aid websites. If you are a dependent student, your parents will need to create a FSA ID as well.
    • Complete Your FAFSA. Filing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) ensures you're reviewed for grants, loans, and work student opportunities. File yours today at studentaid.gov and list Radford University as a recipient using code 003732.
    • ​​​Search for Scholarships - In addition to merit-based scholarships awarded with your admission to Radford University, we encourage you to review and apply to the Foundation Scholarships available to you.
    • Important Dates - Learn more about deadlines and important dates here
    Things to Know
    • Can we help?
      Has your family's financial situation changed since you filed the 2023-2024 FAFSA?  Learn more about the special circumstance process to see if an adjustment to your expected family contribution (EFC) is possible.
    • Submit a FERPA!
      We encourage all students who will be enrolling at Radford University to complete and submit a FERPA.  This allows our team to talk with you and your family throughout the enrollment process!  Learn more at radford.edu/ferpa.