In order to be considered for Financial Aid, students must complete and submit a Free Application for Federal Student Aid, or FAFSA (http://www.fafsa.ed.gov/). This is the only application necessary, and the information it provides will enable Virginia Tech to determine whether you qualify for grants, scholarships, tuition credits, loans or part-time employment to help defray your education expenses. No matter your financial need, you must submit the FAFSA to be considered.
In planning your financing strategy, explore all available options and be sure you understand how to apply for financial aid, as well as all of the benefits, requirements, and responsibilities of receiving it.
For a description of aid types, visit University Scholarships and Financial Aid
Pending Financial Aid Help
Pending aid on a student’s account refers to the amount of Financial Aid that is anticipated to be awarded on behalf of the student. There are many reasons why a Financial Aid award may be in pending status (ex. funds have not yet been received by the school). To find out why the aid has not been applied, first check your VT email for any requested documents. Failure to complete the Master Promissory Note (MPN) and the entrance counseling on https://www.studentloans.gov or provide requested documentation can delay your aid.
For more information, contact
University Scholarships and Financial Aid
Phone: (540) 231-5179
Fax: (540) 231-9139