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Admissions & Aid

Financial Aid Applications

To apply for financial aid for the Spring 2020 Academic Semester, please select the following link and return the completed form and required supporting documents to financialaid@christendom.edu:

Financial Aid Application for Spring 2020 Academic Semester

 

To apply for financial aid for the 2020-21 Academic Year:

  1. Complete the CSS Profile: Complete the CSS Profile online at cssprofile.org.

The CSS Profile is used to determine a student’s eligibility for Christendom College’s institutional grant and loan programs. All students seeking institutional aid must complete the CSS Profile, regardless of whether they are a citizen of the United States, Canada or any other country.

The CSS Profile code for Christendom College is 5691.

Questions? Customer Service Representatives are available via email, online chat, and phone. Visit https://pages.collegeboard.org/contact-us for more details.

There is a $25 fee to complete the CSS Profile, although a fee waiver may be granted to a first-time college student from a low income family — see the CSS Profile website for more information. Incoming Freshmen may be eligible to receive a $25 fee waiver code from the Admissions Office. Contact Admissions Director Sam Phillips for information about how to get the $25 fee waiver.

(The CSS Profile replaces the Financial Aid Application that was used in prior years.)

  1. Submit 2018 tax documents (if applicable): After you have completed the CSS Profile, you may be selected to provide supporting documentation including signed copies of your parents’ and your own 2018 federal tax documents. If you are selected, the College Board will send you an e-mail with instructions for uploading required documents through the College Board’s secure Institutional Documentation Service (IDOC). (During peak times, it may take up to a few hours for your IDOC dashboard to be created. The College Board will send you an e-mail notification when it is available.)

Do not send tax documents directly to the Financial Aid Office. Tax documents must be uploaded through the College Board’s IDOC service in order for secure processing.

You can learn more about the College Board’s IDOC service at the IDOC Tutorial webpage.

The confidentiality of your information is very important to the College Board and to Christendom College. To ensure the highest level of data integrity, privacy, and security, the College Board has implemented systems that include multiple firewalls with unique security zones, data encryption, intrusion detection systems and data integrity checks. Your information will be stored in a secure environment and will be communicated only to the financial aid office(s) at IDOC-participating college(s) and program(s) to which you are applying.

  1. Apply for the Virginia Tuition Assistance Grant (if applicable): This step is only for students who are residents of Virginia.

A student who is a resident of Virginia must submit a Virginia Tuition Assistance Grant Program Application to the Financial Aid Office by July 31, 2020 (postmark deadline).

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Other Information: In some cases the College may require additional information to clarify unusual circumstances or to satisfy verification requirements of state or federal agencies.

Christendom College admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs.