A college education is an investment in your future. According to a 2014 report by the National Center for Education Statistics, a bachelor’s degree can, on average, increase your earnings over the course of your lifetime by over $700,000 and an associate’s degree can increase it by over $300,000. Investing in your education today can also provide you with additional flexibility throughout your working life.
The Financial Aid Office seeks to assist families by utilizing funding from federal, state and institutional sources to help students make Andrew College an affordable option. Although Andrew is a private college, our net cost (cost of the school minus aid received) compare favorably with many private AND public colleges.
If you have questions regarding financial assistance at Andrew College, please feel free to contact our office locally at 229-732-5958, toll-free at 800-664-9250 or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org
IRS Data Retrieval Tool Remains Offline
The IRS Data Retrieval Tool which is used to input financial information from tax returns directly into the FAFSA will remain offline until for the remainder of this FAFSA season.
The income information needed to complete the FAFSA form can be found on a previously filed tax return. (Remember: Both the 2016–17 and 2017–18 FAFSA forms require your 2015 tax data.) If you don’t have a copy of your tax return, you may be able to access the tax software used to prepare the return or contact your tax preparer to obtain a copy. You also may visit irs.gov/transcript to view and download a summary (called a “transcript”) of your tax return or to request that a tax transcript be sent to you by mail