Undocumented students are eligible to receive financial aid (grants, scholarships, work study and loans) from St. Olaf. If a student is a Minnesota resident, they can also receive the Minnesota State Grant. Students are also eligible to receive outside scholarships.
All students follow the same process in consideration for merit scholarships. Students must complete the Application for Admission for academic and service leadership scholarships. If a student is applying for one of the fine arts scholarships (music, theater, art and dance), they must submit additional information for those scholarships.
In order to be considered for St. Olaf need-based aid, undocumented students must complete and submit the CSS/Financial Aid PROFILE. The PROFILE is a service of the College Board.
For answers to some of the most Frequently Asked Questions regarding financial aid, go to our FAQ’s page.
Si quisiera hablar con un profesional en la oficina, podria llamar a Adam Johnson (507)786-3564 (se habla español).
|STEP 1: COMPLETE YOUR APPLICATION FOR ADMISSION
|STEP 2: CSS PROFILE
|STEP 3: IF YOU ARE A MN RESIDENT, PLEASE COMPLETE THE MN DREAM ACT
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Financial Aid Dates and Deadlines for Students Applying for Fall 2018 Enrollment
|Financial Aid Deadline||Early Decision 1||Early Decision 2||Regular Decision|
|Complete and Submit the CSS/Financial Aid Profile||November 15, 2017||January 8, 2018||January 15, 2018|
|Complete and submit the MN Dream Act Application||November 15, 2017||January 8, 2018||January 15, 2018|
|Financial Aid Award Notification||Mid-December||February 2, 2018||April 1, 2018|