Welcome. We’re excited that you’ve been admitted to Dunwoody — or are continuing your educational journey with us. Paying tuition/fees is a necessary, but often confusing and difficult part of the college process. This page contains the process for finding funds for and continuing to pay for college as well as contact information for the key offices that students work with: Financial Aid, Bursar and Accounting. The links above will also help you understand the terms and processes
1. Apply for a PIN (www.pin.ed.gov)
2. Complete the FAFSA (www.fafsa.ed.gov)
3. Get Admitted to the College and be assigned a Dunwoody email address
4. Check Dunwoody email
5. Confirm your financial aid is complete and all funding has posted to your account. Log into my.dunwoody.edu to check if any financial aid items are missing or incomplete. Contact the Financial Aid office with any questions.
Tuition. Bills. Loans. Getting through school takes hard work, but getting through “on-budget” can be downright impossible. But we’ve got a helpful tool for all Dunwoody students.
It’s called GradReady and students (even you prospective students and our alumni) can create an account today and start turning those money impossibilities into a future full of financial possibilities.
· learn the basics and beyond from educational videos
· set-up a budget and track your spending
· perfect your borrowing strategy with the Financing Plan
· compare your borrowing to future income with the Debt-o-Meter
· prepare a solid repayment strategy with the Electronic Loan Counselor
Get control of your financial future. The best time to start?Right now.
Work Study provides part-time jobs for students with financial need allowing them to earn money to help pay education expenses. You must complete a FAFSA to determine if you are eligible for work study.
For eligibility, please check your Award letter or see the Financial Aid Department. Open Work Study positions can be found on the Employment at Dunwoody page.
Tuition is due the first day of the term. Billing statements are available to access through your my.dunwoody.edu account.
Your award letter will be emailed to your Dunwoody email address. Please review and sign a copy accepting or declining your award and return to the Financial Aid Department.
Make sure you verify the difference between your bill in my.dunwoody.edu and the amount on your award letter that you have been awarded for that term in Financial Aid. If the amount deducted from your balance does not reflect all anticipated Financial Aid, please contact the Financial Aid Office. If there is a remaining balance, please see the Bursar’s Office to set up a payment plan.
Please review your schedule to identify your total credits per semester and how it affects your financial aid.
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).