Investing in your future is always affordable
From grants and scholarships to loans and work study programs, our dedicated staff can help you find the resources to assist you.
Coronavirus Preventative Measures
Hours of operation
8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday
Interactions with clients
- All meetings will be virtual.
- A drop box in the Plumb Hall Rotunda allows students to submit documents without waiting in line.
- Stations for scanning documents available in the front of the Financial Aid office, 103 Plumb Hall.
How to schedule
- Schedule an appointment through our online form (If you prefer to meet in person, please contact the financial aid office directly.)
- By email: email@example.com
- By phone: (620) 341-5457
At this time, we are not taking walk-in appointments in our offices as we have in the past. For students who have basic questions, we will come out front to provide answers, provided we can do so confidentially, or ask the student set up a virtual appointment.
Financial Aid, Scholarships, & Veterans Services supports students who are in pursuit of lifelong learning, rewarding careers and adaptive leadership through fair and accurate administration of financial resources and by providing financial aid literacy education.
Request help with financial aid
If you need assistance with completing your financial aid requirements, or questions about your financial aid, request an appointment to meet with a financial aid advisor via video chat on Microsoft Teams.
The FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) is a form students must fill out if they intend to seek financial aid such as grants (which do not have to be repaid), loans (which have to be repaid with interest), and work study (which allows you to earn money to pay for school). These programs are through the federal government. Students must fill out the form prior to the academic year to be eligible for this aid.
While there is no deadline for the FAFSA application, you should apply early to have the best chance for the most financial aid.
You can apply at any time after October 1. Some of our federal and state programs are limited in funding (i.e. Supplemental Grants and Federal Work-Study). To ensure that you are considered for the best possible aid package and that your aid will be ready for the fall fee payment, you should apply as early as possible!
ESU’s school code is 001927.
Admissions + Costs for undergraduate and graduate
Tuition information located on the admissions website for undergraduate and graduate.
The CampusWell website includes blog posts, information, tips and tricks for financial security and so much more! Here you can learn more about all the dimensions of wellness through campus support offices, digital resources and events on campus!