There are many financial aid resources available to help students who qualify for
financial aid to meet the costs of their education. Every year many students and
their families take advantage of one or more of the resources you will find on these
Most financial aid is based on individual economic circumstances. At the Brown Mackie
College family of schools, we know the importance of funding your education, so
these web pages offer a variety of ways to start the process. And remember, it's
never too early to start the student financial services process. It is important
to note, too, that the information on the following web pages is subject to change
at any time. Please refer to our Financial Aid Guide for additional helpful information.
Financial aid is available for those who qualify.
Types of financial aid that may be available include the following:
Federal Grant Programs.
Federal Loan Programs.
Federal Work-Study Program.
Some institutional aid is available at individual Brown Mackie College school locations.
Some Brown Mackie College school locations operate in states where you may apply
for state grants.
Please note that state financial aid varies, based on the state of residence of
the student and where the school is located.
While it is not critical that you have applied to and been accepted by the Brown
Mackie College location of your choice, it is important for you to know which
Brown Mackie College location you are planning to attend. That's because
to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) forms, you will
need to know the FAFSA code for the Brown Mackie College location you are
interested in. If you have not selected a Brown Mackie College location yet,
please feel free to explore our locations to discover
which school is right for you.
Each Brown Mackie College location has a unique FAFSA code, and this code
will need to appear on your FAFSA Application. To find that code, visit the U.S. Department of Education and Federal Student Aid web site.
If you decide to meet with a student financial services officer at the Brown Mackie
College location of your choice to start the student financial services process,
or if you would like to complete part of this process online, we can help. The following
links will get you started. However, before you apply for a direct loan, it is critical
that you meet with a student financial services officer at the Brown Mackie College
location you want to attend. Application for financial aid is a yearly process,
so you can refer to these student financial services pages to help make sure you
stay on track with your financial aid needs throughout the duration of your education
The following links will help you to understand the student financial services process
and how to complete the FAFSA form to prepare to receive Federal financial aid.
Gather the documents
Print a FAFSA on the Web worksheet.
Plan how to sign your FAFSA.
Use this link to take you to the
Apply for a PIN
(A Personal Identification Number (PIN) enables you to sign your FAFSA form online.)
Check your eligibility
for federal financial aid.