The American Women’s College is committed to helping all women earn an undergraduate degree. That is why we have made available a number of scholarship options. You may already qualify for one of our donor-designated scholarships. Simply fill out our financial aid application and a financial aid representative and your admission counselor will review for the necessary criteria and let you know.
Government Support Programs
The American Women’s College and Bay Path University participate in the following government programs which require compliance with all federal regulations:
- Federal Pell Grant – a program available to undergraduate student pursuing their first Bachelor’s degree.
- MA State Grant – state grant program available to undergraduate students who have their Free Application for Federal
Student Aid processed by May 1st. Grants are based on need and academic standing. Grants range from $250 to $2,000 per semester.
- Federal Subsidized and Unsubsidized Stafford Loans – loans available to undergraduate and graduate students. A
Subsidized Stafford loan is based on need and the interest is paid by the Federal Government while the student is in
attendance. An Unsubsidized Stafford loan in not based on need and the interest is paid by the student while in attendance.
Students must be enrolled at least half time to receive these loans and to defer prior loans. Federal aggregate loan
Alternative Funding Sources
Loans made by a lending institution. Loans are available to undergraduate students who are otherwise ineligible for financial aid or have a large “gap” that is not covered by financial aid, employer reimbursement and/or a payment plan. Loan amounts vary and are processed based on credit worthiness. The application process may be done online or by phone. The private loan programs available are:
The Student Financial Services Office determines your maximum eligibility for student loans. You will need to inform our office via the award letter if you do not wish to borrow the full amount that was awarded to you. Please note: The lender may deduct origination fees from the face value of the loan before the student receives the funds.