Applying for Financial Aid
To apply for grants, loans, work-study and some scholarships you must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). The FAFSA is used to determine your eligibility for federal, state, and Morehouse aid programs. Even if you think you may not be eligible, we encourage you to apply. The FAFSA is available January 1st. We encourage you to file your FAFSA online as soon as possible to avoid errors and to ensure faster processing.
Morehouse’s priority deadline is February 15th.
You may apply for aid before you receive your admission decision however; you will not receive an award notification until you have been admitted into a degree seeking program of study Morehouse College. To ensure that Morehouse College receives your FAFSA information, please be sure to include Morehouse’s Federal School Code 001582 on your FAFSA.
Get estimates of typical aid received and cost of attendance for full-time students at Morehouse College.
Find out the requirements for eligibility and how you can qualify for financial aid.
Check MyPortal for financial aid information, additional requirements, and your award offer.
The U.S. Department of Education may selct you for verfication. If you are selected, learn more about the process.
Your academic progress and other decisions you make about your courses, may impact your eligibility for financial aid. Learn more...
Types of Aid
First- time Students
If this is the first time you have received financial aid or have taken out a loan for your education, click here for important information.