The mission of our Financial Aid office is to provide access to postsecondary education by rewarding academic achievement and by reducing the financial barriers that would otherwise prevent students from attending St. Gregory's University. We administer programs of merit aid-scholarships, as well as need-based aid, including grants, loans and work-study. The diversity and individuality of our student body is an important consideration in the varied programs of assistance and services we offer.
The links below will provide you with information about financial aid assistance for both new and returning students.
- 2014 St. Gregory’s Scholarships
- Donor Funded Scholarship Application (Admitted/Current Students)
- 2014 Financial Aid Timeline
- 2014 Financial Aid FAQs
- 2014 Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)
- Financial Aid Contact Information
- 2013-2014 Cost of Attendance
- Students Rights & Responsibilities
Additional Information: The St. Gregory’s University Federal School Code is 003183.
St. Gregory's University Loan Procedures
DIRECT LOANS All borrowers, whether you are a “NEW” or “RETURNING” student, must complete and return to Financial Aid Services the Direct Loan Certification & EFT Authorization form received from the university.
Only “NEW” borrowers, who accept their loan amount on their Financial Aid Award Letter, must complete both the Direct Loan Entrance Counseling and the Student Direct Loan Master Promissory Note. Use the Internet addresses below to complete this process:
Direct Loan Entrance Counseling
Student Direct Loan Master Promissory Note
PARENT/GRADUATE STUDENT “PLUS” LOANS Parents of dependent students and Graduate students can apply for a PLUS Loan. A credit check is required to qualify. If a parent is denied, the dependent student may qualify for an additional, unsubsidized loan. To apply, visit the following websites:
The PLUS Request Process:
Endorse the PLUS Loan
You must complete the Direct Loan and/or Plus application and Master Promissory Note application process to obtain your approved loans. Loans will not be processed until these forms are completed. If you have questions, please contact your St. Gregory's Financial Aid Services representative at (405) 878-5448 for the Traditional Program and (405) 878-5214 for the Adult Degree Program.
Verification requirements for 2013-14
If selected for verification, IRS Tax Return Transcripts are required. Tax filers can request IRS transcript, free of charge, for the year 2013 one of three ways listed below:
1. Online Request
Use the IRS Website. In the Online Services section of IRS homepage, click on "Order a Tax Return or Account Transcript". The IRS Tax Return Transcripts requested online cannot be sent directly to a third party by the IRS.
2. Telephone Request
Call the IRS at 800-908-9946. The IRS Tax Return Transcripts requested by telephone cannot be sent directly to a third party by the IRS.
3. Paper Request Form – IRS Form 4506T-EZ
IRS Form 4506T-EZ must be completed to request an IRS Tax Return Transcript. Line 5 on IRS Form 4506T-EZ (pdf) allows tax filers the option to have IRS mail the Tax Return Transcript directly to a third party.
Download the full FAFSA Verfication Instructions.
It is imperative that you monitor your St. Gregory's University Student email account so that you can read and respond, in a timely manner, to all correspondence from the Office of Financial Aid.
If you have unusual circumstances, review the “Special Conditions” form available under Financial Aid Forms to see if you qualify for a Professional Judgment consideration. If you have addition questions or need assistance, please call a member of our team at 405-878-5396.