We are excited that you are considering Radford University! We realize that an important factor in making the decision about the right college for you is cost. That is exactly why we are here - we hope that you will find the necessary resources to learn more about the financial aid process and how it can help you. Often people find our Frequently Asked Questions helpful.
Important Things to Remember:
- Radford University's FAFSA priority filing date is February 1st. We will still process your FAFSA if it is received after the priority filing date, but students meeting the priority deadline receive priority consideration for need based aid programs.
- Everyone has a different set of circumstances and every FAFSA may require a unique review process. It is very important to monitor your Financial Aid Requirements & Awards on OneCampus to ensure you have completed all your specific requirements. You can access your specific Financial Aid Information by logging into your OneCampus and searching "Financial Aid".
- The Financial Aid Office will send all correspondence to the email address submitted on your Admissions application until the start of school. Once school begins all correspondence will be sent to your radford.edu address. Make sure to check your email on OneCampus!
With that said, enjoy this exciting time! We look forward to the opportunity to work with you during the financial aid application process. It is our hope that you will find all the necessary information on our site, but if you can't find the information you are looking for please contact our office so we can make sure your questions are answered.
We have broken down the most important financial aid information into 4 sections.
Applying for Financial Aid will give you more information on the actual application process; from completing the FAFSA to all of the documents you may be required to submit in order to be eligible to receive financial aid.
Financial Aid Programs will give you an overview of all of the types of aid that are processed at Radford University.
Financial Aid & Your Student Account will walk you through additional information about billing, making payment on your account, the process that is followed when we credit your financial aid to your account, how it is applied to your charges, and how refunds are processed.
Eligibility Policies will provide more information on factors that are considered on maintaining your ability to receive financial aid for future semesters and academic years.
If you are thinking of transferring to Radford from another instituion, we have also designed some special information for you. Be sure to check out our Transfer Student Information to ensure a smooth transition.
Financial Aid is Everywhere!
Want to hear from students who have been through the process? Interested in the advice and experiences of other families? Be sure to check out Federal Student Aid on the web, from Facebook to YouTube they are there!