If you are like most college students, you'll need to rely on financial aid to help pay for your education. In fact, over 90 percent of LeTourneau students receive some form of financial aid. Our knowledgeable and friendly Financial Aid staff is dedicated to helping you find the financing options that are best suited to your needs.
Types of financial aid range from gift aid (scholarship and grants that don’t have to be repaid), student loans and work study programs, to a combination of these. Don’t let the price tag keep you from a LeTourneau education — the only way to find out if you qualify for student aid is to apply. For more information, look around our web site through the links below and at the top of the page.
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Students may begin filing the FAFSA on October 1, instead of January 1 for the next academic year. Contact the financial aid office with any questions you may have.
Don’t forget to check out scholarship programs available through community organizations, corporations, and your church and school. You can check on the availability of such aid through your guidance counselor, church and parents’ employers.
The Financial Aid Office at LeTourneau University adopts the National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrator's code of conduct (pdf) for institutional financial aid professionals.