FINANCIAL AID AND SCHOLARSHIPS
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CCU School Code: 003451
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Financial Aid and Scholarships
219 Baxley Hall, Chanticleer Drive East
P.O. Box 261954
Conway, SC 29528-6054
800-277-7000, extension 2313
www.coastal.edu/aidupload (secure document upload)
The mission of Financial Aid and Scholarships is to support the goals of the University by assisting students and parents in identifying possible sources of assistance that will encourage economic, social, cultural, and academic diversity in the student body. In fulfilling this mission, the office provides counseling and information on financial resources, educational financial planning, personal money management, and debt management. We also support the University's goal to provide access to higher education and to attract a talented and diverse student population.
To make the financial assistance process for students and their families as unobtrusive as possible.
Don't forget that you need to be registered in your classes on or before the term's census date to be eligible for federal or state aid.
Did you know? There is a 12-semester lifetime limit for a Federal Pell Grant. The duration of a student's federal Pell Grant eligibility is limited to 12 semesters (or equivalent) or until a bachelor's degree is earned, whichever comes first. This amendment to the Higher Education Act, section 401 (c)(5) is a federal mandate and not subject to appeal. For more information, click here.