Roberts Wesleyan College gives financial encouragement to promising and eligible students insofar as its scholarship and other student aid funds permit.
Validated financial need for traditional undergraduate students is considered as well as scholarship, service, leadership, and personal interests and abilities. Each family should expect to make every reasonable financial adjustment to provide as much support toward college expenses as possible.
In general, traditional undergraduate students must be matriculated full-time (12 semester hours per semester) for the fall and/or spring semester in our traditional college program to receive financial aid. State and federal grants as well as student loans, may be available for less than full-time enrollment and for summer semesters. Students must meet the eligibility requirements of the specific programs from which they receive assistance. Such requirements include maintaining satisfactory academic progress and program pursuit toward a degree, maintaining a minimum grade point average, having financial need, and other specific conditions of federal, state, or College regulations.
Graduate and Modular students should visit the specific program websites for financial aid information. Visit a listing of graduate or modular programs to find your academic program listing.
The Student Accounts division of Student Financial Services provides you with the necessary information to pay your college bills. Please contact them if you have any questions about your bills or payments.