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October 2017

2Oct.

Fall Revival - Dr. Doug Boquist

10:20 a.m.

R.R. Hodges Chapel 

2Oct.

MVNYou Day

8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
MVNU Main Campus
4Oct.

Fall Revival - Dr. Doug Boquist

7:30 p.m.

Foster Hall

4Oct.

Fall Revival - Dr. Doug Boquist

10:20 a.m.

R.R. Hodges Chapel

6Oct.

Ego by Kevin Frances

Schnormeier Gallery
221 S. Main St.
Mount Vernon, Ohio
43050

6Oct.

Mid-semester Break

5:30 p.m. - 5:30 p.m.
Main Campus
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The MVNU Student Financial Services Guide is your one-stop shop for information on the MVNU confirmation process. All traditional students should read this guide!
Find general information about planning for college, scheduling and taking College Board aptitude tests, college search tips, applying to colleges, and paying for your college education. Also provides Expected Family Contribution (EFC) estimator.
College Toolkit is one-stop resource for life after high school allowing students to find and apply for scholarships, search through a database of more than 4,000 colleges, and explore 900 careers all in one location. It is one of the most comprehensive sites for life after high school... and everything on the site is free for students to use!
www.finaid.org is a comprehensive collection of information about student financial aid, including calculators.
This program provides up to $50,000 repayment on qualified educational loans in exchange for active duty service in the U.S. Army.
The financial aid page offers a useful introduction to all financial assistance programs under the Health Resources and Services Administration.
Visit the United States Department of Education's website to learn how the federal government is promoting educational excellence for you and all students across the USA. This site offers extensive information on preparing for college, applying for aid to pay for it, and other educationally related subjects.
Use the FSA ID website to apply for an FSA ID, request a copy of your established FSA ID, change your FSA ID, or update your FSA ID information. Also learn how you can use your FSA ID to access your federal financial aid information on the web and "sign" your federal financial aid forms electronically.
Learn about educationally related tax benefits in IRS Publication 970. For links to the IRS forms, also visit IRS Website for students.
The FAFSA opens the door to the financial aid process for federal financial aid, need-based state programs, MVNU programs, and even some need-based scholarships.
If you have questions, concerns, or you want to write your Federal congressional or senate representative, please refer to: www.congress.org.
Use the NSLDS website and your FSA ID to make inquiries about your Title IV loans and/or Pell grants. The site displays information on your loan and/or grant amounts, outstanding balances, loan statuses, and disbursements. The Glossary of Terms contains information on terms relating to loans and grants.
The goal of scholarshiphelp.org is to educate students about scholarship access and the necessary requirements for achieving maximum financial aid. In addition, they provide information free of charge to help students avoid scholarship scam artists and misleading authors who promise "secrets" to what is essentially publicly available information.
Males between 18 – 25 years of age, learn how to register with the Selective Service to be eligible for financial aid.
Visit the SSA website to learn how to apply for a valid Social Security Number or how to correct your name and/or birth date information with the SSA.
The Student Financial Aid Ombudsman works with student loan borrowers to informally resolve loan disputes and problems.
Also supported by the United States Department of Education, the Student Gateway to US Government is a tremendous resource for students. The site provides additional links and information about topics such as: planning and paying for higher education, career development, community and military service, travel tips, and other government agencies and departments.
If you are a student attending elementary school, junior/high school, college or graduate school, the Student Portal is the "one stop shopping link" to education beyond high school. If you are a returning student, international student, parent, or counselor, this website also has information for you.
Sponsored by the Department of Veterans' Affairs, this website describes the education benefits available through the Veterans Administration.

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of incoming freshmen receive financial aid.

average award per undergraduate student.

small college out of nearly 1,000 schools in the nation. (Best Value Schools)

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