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Dunwoody's Financial Aid Office is here to provide students with assistance and opportunities for financial assistance. This site is designed to explain the process and help students understand what is required to receive aid.
Some form of Financial Aid is available for all students who carry more than 6 credits as long as the student has satisfactory academic standing and not in default on any student loans.
Students must apply every year. Apply as soon as taxes have been completed for the previous year. In order to ensure priority processing, complete all documentation by May 1. This will increase likelihood of receiving grants.
The primary source of communication with the Financial Aid Department is through e-mail. Students make sure you check your Dunwoody account daily.
To see an up to date breakdown of all costs and credits, please log on to My.Dunwoody.edu. Prospective Students should talk with an Admissions Counselor or fill out our Net Price Calculator.
Please review your schedule to identify your total credits per quarter and how it affects your financial aid.
- 12 or more credits - Full time student
- 9 - 11 credits - 3/4 time student
- 6 - 8 credits - Half time student
- Less than 6 credits - Less than half time student (If a student has less than six credits, then they are not eligible for loans and it may affect their grant eligibility.)
The Financial Aid Office at Dunwoody College of Technology is a member of NASFAA, the National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators. We abide by NASFAA’s Code of Conduct for Institutional Financial Aid Professionals (PDF).
Financial Assistance Coordinators
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