How to Apply for Financial Aid
If this is your first time applying for federal financial aid, create a FSA ID. The student, and one parent if a dependent student, need to create an FSA ID online. Your FSA ID remains the same from year to year, so keep it in a safe place and never share it with anyone.
Returning students will need to login to the Federal Student Aid website with their FSA ID and complete a FAFSA renewal application.
Fill out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) form to be considered for federal grants, work-study, and loans. Make sure to include Concordia's school code - 013885.
Credential students should select the 5th year undergraduate option when completing the FAFSA. MEd+credential students are considered graduate students and should select the 1st year graduate or Continuing graduate option.
Please note the FAFSA is a free application. Click here for facts on Financial Aid Consultants and Scholarship Services.
Read all communications received from the Financial Aid Office and provide any requested documentation at your earliest convenience. All communication is sent via email to your student email account (Eagles). Once you receive notification you have an Eagles email, please activate it immediately.
The Financial Aid Office recognizes that households can experience changes in income, other finances, or experience a special or unusual circumstance that are not adequately reflected on the student's FAFSA. If you believe you have a special or unusual circumstance to be considered, please visit our Professional Judgment page or contact your financial aid counselor to discuss your situation.