- Over 75% of Wooster students receive financial assistance.
- Students are admitted without regard for financial need, and we offer all the aid we can to every eligible applicant.
- Over $50 million of this aid takes the form of merit scholarships and need-based grants offered to students without repayment obligation. The other major forms of financial aid at Wooster are over $7 million in loans and $1 million in campus employment opportunities for incoming and current students.
Update - May 10, 2015:
The FSA ID – a username and password – has replaced the Federal Student Aid PIN. Your FSA ID confirms your identity when you access your financial aid information and electronically sign Federal Student Aid documents. You can create one when logging in to FAFSA.gov, www.nslds.ed.gov, StudentLoans.gov, and StudentAid.gov. Read the Department of Education's one-page guide (.pdf) to learn how to create your FSA ID.