Vancouver Campus Financial Aid: U.S. Students
US Federal Assistance
Eligible students attending the FDU Vancouver Campus wishing to apply for a loan within the Federal Direct Loan Program must file a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) each academic year. To be eligible for FAFSA funding, you must be a US citizen or permanent resident and meet other FAFSA qualifying criteria. For more information, visit the FDU NJ Financial Aid website:
When filing the FAFSA, students should make sure to utilize the Title IV Federal School Code for the appropriate campus. Specifically, the Federal School Code for the Vancouver Campus is E40437. Qualified Vancouver students are eligible to apply for the Federal Direct Loan Program, Federal Direct Plus Loan, and Pell Grants.
For additional information and to apply for FAFSA, please see the links below.
- Complete a FAFSA: www.fafsa.ed.gov
- Create an FSA ID: www.fsaid.ed.gov
- Direct Loan Information: www.studentaid.ed.gov
- Federal Direct loan History: www.nslds.ed.gov
- Parent Plus Loan Applications, Direct Loan MPNs & Entrance Counseling: studentaid.gov/
FAFSA Information Line: 1-800-443-3243
Satisfactory Academic Progress and Title IV Policies
Students receiving federal student aid must be provided information about making Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) in order to remain eligible for financial aid, and about the return of Title IV funding. The following links are to the relevant information as found at the Financial Aid pages in the Admissions section of the FDU website.
- Satisfactory Academic Progress defined for undergraduate students
- Satisfactory Academic Progress defined for graduate students
- Policy on return of Title IV (federal student aid) funding
US Veterans’ Educational Benefits
US Veterans attending the FDU Vancouver Campus are eligible for the Montgomery GI Bill funding and Yellow Ribbon Program. Monthly allowances (paid directly to the veteran) paid by the United States Veterans Administration. Funding eligibility is based on enrollment status as determined by the number of credits for a particular semester. Veterans attending the FDU Vancouver Campus who are applying for benefits must meet with the Vancouver Campus Director of Enrollment Services initially at the beginning of their program and provide copies of their Certificate of Eligibility and Discharge papers (DD214). Subsequently at the beginning of each term, students need to meet with the Director once their registration for the upcoming term is complete to complete their Enrollment Certification.
Any questions regarding veterans’ benefits for students attending the Vancouver Campus should be directed to Enrollment Services, Vancouver Campus at (604) 648-4474, or visit the FDU NJ Veterans website.
For more information on the Montgomery GI Bill or Yellow Ribbon Programs visit the VA Website.