Degree-seeking students have access to different state and federal forms of aid — we have answers for all your questions.

Financial Aid

Can I Afford College?

That question can be a difficult one for many families. Our Office of Financial Aid will do our very best to let you know about all available options, which are outlined briefly here. (More in-depth details can be found in Financial Aid: More Info.)

The state of Connecticut provides a helpful net cost calculator that can help you more clearly understand all the factors that affect the costs of getting a degree.

Students pursuing four-year degrees achieve significant tuition savings by completing their first two years of study at Asnuntuck!

Apply For Financial Aid

The Free Application for Federal Student Aid, or FAFSA, is a worthwhile step for any degree-seeking student. We have prepared a FAFSA application guide that you may find helpful to read before going to the online FAFSA application.

Work-Study Programs

Asnuntuck offers opportunities for employment on campus in various departments to eligible financial aid recipients. Jobs include custodians, office assistants, library assistants, and peer tutors, all at competitive pay rates.

Grants

Grants are gifts of aid to students that do not need to be repaid. Asnuntuck students may be eligible for grants from federal or state sources, and even from the college.

Loans

Asnuntuck participates in the Federal Direct Student Loan Program (subsidized and unsubsidized) and PLUS loans (for parents). The US Department of Education provides information about different types of student loans.   Remember: all loans need to be repaid with interest.

Still have questions?

More in-depth details can be found in Financial Aid: More Info.