日本一本道a不卡免费 will help you determine how much you might be expected to contribute.
日本一本道a不卡免费The cost of education includes all items necessary to cover one academic year. Here's a typical student budget:
Connecticut College Student Budget 2019 - 2020
Transportation (cost may vary)
Expected family contribution
The information provided on the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), CSS Profile, and other documentation is used by Financial Aid Services to calculate the expected family contribution. The FAFSA is used to determine federal and state eligibility and the CSS Profile is used to determine eligibility for institutional need based aid.
日本一本道a不卡免费Factors that affect the award are student and parent(s)' income, assets (including trust funds), number in the household and number in college. Income includes all taxable income and non-taxable income such as child support, Social Security benefits, public assistance, earned income credit, and contributions to a tax deferred retirement plan.
Our simple formula to determine need
The difference between the cost of education, expected family contribution and outside resources* is the student's eligibility for financial aid. The College is committed to awarding up to 100% of a student's eligibility, providing deadlines have been met. Awards are usually a combination of grants, loans, and federal work study. Unless otherwise stated, financial aid awards are divided equally between semesters.
Cost of Education
Minus Family Contribution
Minus Other Resources*
Need/Financial Aid Eligibility
*Other resources include such items as: employee tuition benefits, contributions from relatives, etc.