Paying for College
Where do you start?
Submit your Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) as soon as you can after October 1st. The FAFSA must be completed each year for financial aid consideration. The priority date for Baylor to receive your FAFSA results is March 1st.
Student Financial Literacy is a program aimed at helping Baylor students understand personal money management for both current and future financial success. We want to set you up for the best financial health once you graduate. We work with Student Financial Aid to ensure we're presenting you with the best information on scholarships, loan management, budgeting, managing credit card debt, and much more.
For more information about the program, upcoming workshops or to set up a one-on-one personal coaching visit the Student Financial Wellness website
"I would say that best part of being a first-generation student is that I get the opportunity to inspire my friends and family that they can do it and that education is worth it. I would also say that being able to break down stereotypes of first-generation students has been an awesome experience."
- JaMarcus Ransom, Class of 2017
- Student Loans: Learn about the different options available and what you can do today to start managing the loans you may currently have
- Budgets: Learn about different budgeting tools to help you set up and manage a personal budget
- Sources for College Funding: Discuss how to apply for financial aid and jobs to help you pay for college
- Credit Cards and Identity Theft: Learn about credit and how to avoid identify theft
Call (254-710-2611) or contact the Student Financial Accounts office online.
Are you a McLennan County resident?
- McLennan County high school seniors and their families are able to make appointments with The Waco Foundation for help completing the FAFSA.