Financial Aid Office


Federal and state financial aid regulations govern policies for enrollment, eligibility and disbursement of financial aid, and satisfactory progress. You are encouraged to review the following information so you have an understanding of these policies and your responsibilities.

Your Rights and Responsibilities

As a financial aid applicant, you have the right to confidentiality, knowing what type of financial aid is available, how to apply for it, and how it is determined. As a student loan borrower, you have access to an Ombudsman's Office to assist you in resolving student loan issues you may have with your lender.

You have the responsibility to read and understand all information given to you about financial aid. By exploring our site, you should receive answers to most of your questions regarding aid.  If you need clarification, or have further questions, please feel free to contact us.

Our Commitment to You

The St. Cloud State University Financial Aid Office is committed to excellence, professional ethics, and organizational standards in its service to students and families. We adhere to the following professional standards:


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