HOW MUCH DOES AN OUTSTANDING COLLEGE EDUCATION COST?
You'll be surprised to discover just how affordable Neumann University is, especially when you take into account our respected academic programs, career-focused majors, expert faculty, superb location, and small class size.
But whether you’ve been saving for college all of your life or only recently decided to continue your education, chances are you’ll need some financial assistance. At Neumann, we want to make it easy for you to discover and qualify for the many grants, student loans and work-study opportunities that are available.Register for Financial Aid Information Sessions
Financial Aid 101 Sessions
- Wednesday, September 25, 2019
- Tuesday, October 22, 2019
- Tuesday, November 5, 2019
Please complete your 2019-2020 FAFSA using your and your parents' 2017 federal income tax returns.
Deadline is April 15, 2019
Deadline is May 1, 2019
CURRENT NEUMANN UNIVERSITY SENIORS
Graduation Requirement: In order to receive your diploma and official Neumann University transcript, you must complete the Exit Counseling Process if you borrowed subsidized or unsubsidized loans from the federal government.
*News from NASFAA 11/21/18: IRS Warns of New Email Scams
The IRS sent out a warning this week about a new email scam that may contain malicious malware. The fraudulent emails, which appear to be sent from "IRS Online," contain an attachment labeled "Tax Account Transcript," or something similar. The IRS, however, does not send unsolicited emails to the public, nor emails containing sensitive information such as that which is included in a tax return. The IRS asks the public not to open the email, and if using a personal computer to delete it or forward it to email@example.com. If one is using an employer's computer, the IRS asks that the employee notify his or her company of the email.
OFFICE OF FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE
One Neumann Drive
Aston, PA 19014-1298
Contact us so that we can determine your eligibility for a renewable grant or scholarship.
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