You're a student and you want to stay a student — that requires you to be on top of what's going on with your financial aid. Here you'll find important information on keeping track of your aid and affording college.

Important Financial Aid Dates

  • Spring 2018 classes begin.  Bursar Office invoice/billing due
     Jan 08
  • Martin Luther King Holiday.  Purdue/DFA offices closed
     Jan 15
  • Bursar Office cancel for non-payment
     Jan 16
  • DFA Spring Census Date for class attendance
     Feb 02
  • College Goal Sunday. Get help filing a 2018-19 FAFSA
     Feb 25

Higher Education at the Highest Proven Value

Purdue is dedicated to providing higher education at the highest proven value. Part of that dedication involves helping you make responsible decisions in paying for college.

Applying for and receiving financial aid can be an intimidating process. We want to break the stereotype by helping students and families every step of the way. No jargon. We want to make the process simple for you to understand.

The majority of Purdue students receive some form of financial aid so it’s very important that they, and you, are informed consumers. This site, and our myMoney blog, provide resources that can help assess what you need and are eligible for to help pay for your education.

Purdue University Division of Financial Aid, Schleman Hall, Room 305, 475 Stadium Mall Drive, West Lafayette, IN 47907-2050, (765) 494-5050

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