The FSA ID consists of a user-created username and password to electronically access personal information on the Federal Student Aid websites, including the FAFSA.
Apply early for the best chance to receive the maximum amount of aid. View the dates and deadlines for the upcoming academic year for important deadlines to turn in paperwork.
Estimate how much it will cost to attend Notre Dame of Maryland University including expenses such as tuition, room and board, books, and more.
All students must meet certain requirements in order to be eligible to receive financial aid from federal programs.
Learn more about the federally mandated review process that confirms the accuracy of information submitted on the FAFSA for selected students.
Learn about the types of federal financial aid available based on the degree you are pursuing, your financial need, and whether you are a new or returning student.
After your financial aid file is complete, you will receive an award notice if you meet all of the eligibility requirements.
Award letters for new students with complete financial aid files who plan to enroll for the fall semester will be mailed in early January (early November for students who plan to enroll in the spring semester).
Award information for returning students with complete files and who meet satisfactory academic progress standards will be posted on WebAdvisor beginning in late February. Awarding is done on a monthly basis.
Your financial aid award notice will be based on certain enrollment and housing assumptions. If these assumptions are incorrect, it is the student's responsibility to notify our office so that the award can be revised in a timely manner.
Similarly, if a student receives notification of another source of funding not reflected in the financial aid award, documentation of the expected award must be sent to the office of financial aid as soon as it is received.