Undergraduate Adult Financial Aid
|Financial Aid Information:
1-800-960-5940 (toll free)
For twelve years, Belhaven University, previously Belhaven College, has been named in The Student Guide to America’s 100 Best College Buys, demonstrating our commitment to keeping your college education affordable. Approximately 90 percent of the students attending Belhaven University receive some form of financial assistance, including federal and state grants, loans and work-study, as well as a variety of institutional scholarships and grants.
Because Belhaven University aims to make a
Christian education possible for any student, we work with you and your family
in a financial partnership. Every Belhaven student benefits from our commitment
to offering high quality, affordable education—an endeavor that begins with
costs well below the national average for four-year private colleges. Our
financial aid programs are generated from the basic premise that college costs
are primarily a family responsibility, but our merit-based and need-based
assistance in partnership with the family can assist with expenses.
If you have questions, please call 1-800-960-5940 (toll free) or 601-968-5933 (local) or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Belhaven is cutting the cost of higher education and making it affordable for working adults. Students should complete the following procedures each year to receive financial aid:
- Apply for admission to Belhaven University if not currently enrolled.
- Apply for Federal Assistance by either:
- Filing the Free Application for Federal Assistance (FAFSA) on the Internet at www.fafsa.ed.gov
- Be sure to list Belhaven University as one of the colleges to receive the results of your evaluation. Our code number is 002397. Do not mail the form before January 1 but applying early improves your opportunities for the best aid package.
Verification Worksheets can be found on the Online Forms page.
Mississippi Tuition Assistant Grant - For Mississippi residents attending the Jackson campus.
See the payment page to make a one-time payment and/or enroll in a monthly tuition payment plan.
Complete Direct Loan MPN and Entrance Counseling– Complete Direct Loan Master Promissory Note and Entrance Counseling. Click on the "Sign in" button and fill in the required fields to continue. You will need your Social Security Number (SSN) and your Federal Student Aid PIN from the FAFSA to complete the sign in process. If you do not know your PIN you may request a duplicate PIN at www.PIN.ed.gov. (Please Note: Students who have previously completed either a Direct Loan or Direct Entrance Counseling Session will not have to re-complete this process.)
Direct Loan Exit Counseling – To complete Federally required Exit Interview Counseling click on the "Exit Counseling" Button. You will need your Social Security Number (SSN) and your Federal Student Aid PIN from the FAFSA to complete this process. If you do not know your PIN you may request a duplicate PIN at www.PIN.ed.gov.
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Veterans and dependents of veterans may be eligible for benefits for education under Title 38 of the United States Code. If you are entitled to either VA or military benefits, submit a copy of your Form DD214. Active members should submit DD295 forms. To apply for benefits, you must complete the Application for Education Benefits (VA Form 22-1990) available from the VA Office. See http://www.gibill.va.gov/ for more information.