Financial Aid Information
Antioch University is committed to assisting you in pursuit of your educational goals. This section contains information about various sources of aid available to you, and the financial aid application process.
Applying for financial aid is a straightforward process: a matter of completing and returning a few forms. Most students are eligible for federal educational loans. The PhD program makes every effort, with the financial aid available, to ensure that a student who is accepted can attend.
In order to be considered for any type of federal or state assistance, including loans, you are required to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and submit it to the Department of Education. Be sure to list the Title IV school code in Step 6.
Additionally, you are also required to complete the Financial Aid Request Form below.
If your (FAFSA) application is selected for verification you will be required to submit additional documentation for your financial aid file. In this process, we will be comparing information from your application with signed copies of your Federal tax forms, or with W-2 forms or other financial documents. If there are differences between your application information and your financial documents, we may need to make corrections to your Student Aid Report (SAR).