Applying for Financial Aid is not as complex as you might think. Select the appropriate tab below to learn more about the steps you need to take. This will give you a good understanding of how the aid application process works and what to expect from Robert Morris University.
For additional information about transferring to Robert Morris University as it relates to your financial aid, including what to do at the school you are transferring from, please click here.
If you are transferring from another school, please click here for additional information about transferring to Robert Morris University as it relates to your financial aid, including what to do at the school you are transferring from.
Once you have completed the FAFSA, you will receive an electronic Student Aid Report (SAR). This confirms that you have successfully completed the FAFSA. If your SAR indicates you have been selected for verification, please click here.
A Financial Aid Award Letter will be sent to you after all the required documents have been received and processed by the Financial Aid Office. The Financial Aid Award Letter lets you know how much aid you are eligible to receive. First time students will receive, starting around the beginning of March, a paper copy of the Financial Award Letter via regular mail. Continuing students will receive an e-mail, starting around the beginning of June, that their Financial Award information is available to view online via Net Partner.
The following video from the U.S. Department of Education gives an overview of the FAFSA process.