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Apply for Aid

To begin the application process, all incoming and returning students must complete and submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).

  • Salve Regina's school code is 003411.
  • You may sign the FAFSA electronically using the FSA ID and password you create through the Department of Education. You can create an FSA ID while completing the FAFSA online. Learn how to create an FSA ID.

Application Instructions

For September admission, the priority deadline for applying for financial aid is March 1.

Returning students who have previously received financial aid are required to complete a renewal FAFSA. Please remember that the priority deadline is March 1. If this is the first time you are applying for financial aid at Salve Regina, refer to the section above for instructions.

Returning students will be awarded beginning in March each year. The priority deadline for filing the FAFSA is March 1 and students who do not complete the FAFSA by this deadline may see a reduction of aid. Grades are reviewed at the end of each year and students who are not meeting the academic scholarship requirements may be ineligible to continue to receive their scholarship. All verification documents are due by May 15 each year.

For January admission, students should file their FAFSA in November/December, as awarding is done on a rolling basis. 

Helpful Tips

  • This application may be filed after Oct. 1.The FAFSA equires two years prior tax information. For example, for the 2020-2021 academic year, 2019 tax information is required. You are encouraged to use the IRS Data Retrieval, to ensure accurate information.
  • You will receive a Student Aid Report electronically or in the mail. This copy is for your records. Do not submit it to Salve Regina. We will receive your information electronically.

Salve Regina University reserves the right to request additional information, as necessary, to determine the type and amount of financial aid awards. Awards are subject to the availability of funding and regulations governing these funds.