Students Studying on Drillfield


Undergraduate students may be eligible to receive financial aid through Federal Direct Student Loans, Federal and/or State Grants, Scholarships, and alternative options such as Parent PLUS and alternative/private student loans. To apply for financial aid, students should complete a FAFSA at . The FAFSA for 18-19 opened on October 1st and our priority deadline is January 15th.

Tuition & Fees

Find out more about the Cost of Attendence (COA) at VT.

Types of Aid

Find out what types of aid are available to you.

How to Apply & Receive Aid

Find out about Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).


Undergraduates may be eligible for a Cost of Attendance Appeal, FAFSA Data Appeal and also a SAP Appeal. 




Comparing Costs and Awards

Money Matters

Important information from Bursar, Hokie Passport and Financial Aid about Bills, Dining Plans and FAFSA deadlines!

Policies & Regulations, Forms

Find out what requirements to maintain and keep your aid.

Alternative Academic Terms/Sessions

Find out about financial options for earning credits over summer, winter or study abroad.

Loan Repayment

Learn about how to repay your loans and what the requirements are.

Special Information for Veterans and Military Family Members