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Financial Aid at Ferris

Why are we requesting your high school transcript?

Most students submitted a high school transcript when they applied for admission. However, federal financial aid regulations require that we receive proof that students have graduated from high school prior to disbursing financial aid. We are requiring that every financial aid recipient submit a final high school transcript with a graduation date on it to satisfy this regulatory requirement. 

High-Value Scholarships

Scholarships are one of the best ways to take the value of your degree even higher. Start exploring our scholarship options for freshmen and transfers students now.

Freshmen Scholarships Transfer Scholarships

Ferris Pledge

If you are a freshman admitted for fall of 2023, with a zero Expected Family Contribution and a 3.0 or higher GPA, Ferris State will assist you in paying for your tuition.  

Ferris pledge

Estimate How Affordable Ferris State is for You

You can use our amazing calculator to estimate what your costs will be and how much financial assistance you will be eligible for to help offset those expenses. Select the Net Price Calculator link below to check it out!

net price calculator

Virtual Advising

Our Financial Aid team is here to make sure your degree is worth everything you put into it. If you have questions about your financial aid options, schedule a virtual appointment with us now.

Meet Advisor

Financial Aid In Five Easy Steps

Use our school code when filing your FAFSA: 002260.

You can learn more about the financial aid process with our FAFSA: Fact & Fiction and FAFSA Guide.


Secure Document Upload is the preferred method for submitting documentation.

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Student Complaint Policy and Procedure

If we haven't met your expectations and you wish to submit a formal complaint, we encourage you to explore our official complaint policy.

Explore the Student complaint policy and Procedure