If paying for your education is a concern for you, you're not alone. Many students at Concorde require help in financing their education. Our financial aid team takes great pride in their ability to work with individuals to help overcome financial obstacles they may be facing. We're here to help you step by step through the process.
Applying For Financial Aid
Step 1: Let's begin the process by completing and submitting your Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)Log into the Federal Student Aid (FSA) website to complete a FAFSA for each award year. You will need to complete a FSA ID for this step as well. Your FSA ID or Federal Student Aid Identification is your electronic signature that allows you to sign forms electronically online with the Department of Education. Review Financial Aid eligible programs
Step 2: Complete additional Financial Aid Items.Your Financial Aid Office will reach out to you to complete remaining items to help you build your Financial Aid package. Once you have your FSA ID you can complete some of these items on your own. You can log on to your Federal Student Aid portal, from there you can complete your Master Promissory Note and Entrance Counseling. Also review scholarships that Concorde has to offer.
Step 3: Understanding Financial Aid Rights and ResponsibilitiesLearn more about Financial Aid Programs and your rights and responsibilities in our Consumer Information Guide. Read about Concorde Career Colleges code of conduct.
Step 4: Review Financial Aid packageStudents can review their Financial Aid award package in the student enrollment portal.
We Can HelpConcorde participates in several of the U.S. Department of Education’s Federal Financial Aid Programs, which are generally available to those who qualify. Our financial aid team is specifically trained to help you find ways to finance your education. They can assist you in completing the necessary applications and paperwork for various aid programs. Visit studentaid.ed.gov for more information about preparing for and funding education beyond high school, the types of financial aid available, and consumer information. Financial aid programs vary by campus—contact us for more information.