Yes, a FAFSA must be submitted to Wilmington College in order to determine financial aid and eligibility for the program.
Yes, May 1 is the priority deadline for submitting a FAFSA to be considered for the Transfer Opportunity Initiative.
All students accepted into the Transfer Opportunity Program are required to live on campus, with their cost of room and board covered.
Students will live with other transfer students as part of a college provided community.
No, in order to qualify for any type of Wilmington College aid including the Transfer Opportunity Initiative you must be a full-time degree seeking student.
In order to qualify for the initiative, you must be a resident of Ohio. You are able to attend an out-of-state institution while maintaining an Ohio Residency and still qualify.
Yes, though the college is providing significant financial aid and assistance, you will have to utilize your $7,500 Federal Stafford Loan eligibility.
We are able to make an admission decision once we have all required application materials.