The Financial Aid Staff understands the importance of students receiving communication about their financial aid status in a timely manner. Help us to help you to achieve this common goal. To that end, we highly recommend that students make their preferred email address, email@example.com via MyCampusPortal for Enrolled Students.
Student Loan Exit Counseling is mandatory for all students leaving the University (withdrawal or leave of absence) or receiving a degree. Students can complete Exit Counseling at: www.StudentAid.Gov
Financial Aid Informational Videos are now located on our Consumer Information page.
If selected for Verification, you must mail in your required documents. FAXES WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED.
Financial Aid communicates all important information directly to students via the Student Portal.
Financial Aid is now on Twitter! – @HUPirate_FinAid. Follow us to stay informed about all up-to-date news regarding financial aid, scholarships, and deadlines.
Check out our new External Scholarship Database PDF on the Scholarship Search page!
Please keep in mind that you are responsible for reading all adjoining links on our web pages.
Financial Aid and Scholarships
Attending college not only requires focused study, but also a solid financial plan to help offset costs. Hampton University Office of Financial Aid and Scholarships is there to offer guidance and clarity to familes who are considering some form of financial assistance. Whether you’re applying for a student loan or a scholarship, we can help you get started.
Hampton University's Direct Costs
|Tuition (All Students)||$26,198|
Additional estimated expenses include books, supplies, transportation and other personal expenses that are determined by lifestyle and other cost-saving avenues.
Net Price Calulator
Scholarships & Grants
Hampton University Office of Financial Aid & Scholarships offers a variety of academic scholarships and provides information about need-based grants, as well as educational grant awards from other state higher education agencies.
Hampton University offers a variety of student loan products, including Federal Stafford, Perkins, Parent PLUS, and Grad PLUS loans. These low-interest loans are government-supported and can be used to pay expenses such as tuition, fees, room, board, books, supplies, and transportation.
Student Freedom Initiative Launches for 2021-2022 Academic Year
Student Freedom Initiative has launched for the coming academic year at nine HBCUs, including Hampton University. This non-profit program has four components: the Student Freedom Agreement, which provides a funding alternative to eligible rising junior and senior students in STEM majors in the form of an income-contingent repayment plan, as well as tutoring and mentoring, paid internship programs open to students of any major before graduation and targeted capacity-building to help schools better support students. Learn more about Student Freedom Initiative, including requirements, eligibility and the program’s goals and history.
PLUS Loan Applicant Communication
Recently, the U.S. Department of Education sent emails or letters to certain Direct PLUS Loan applicants who have been denied a PLUS loan due to adverse credit history. The email or letter, which is in addition to the standard denial communication, is sent to applicants who could most likely be approved if they request reconsideration of the initial PLUS loan denial. If you have received this communication, you should contact the Student Loan Support Center at 1-800-557-7394 to request to request reconsideration. The applicant (not the Financial Aid Office or the child of the parent applicant) should contact Student Loan Support Center to request reconsideration as soon as possible. Generally, this process can be completed in just a few minutes. Please bear in mind that the Financial Aid Office cannot guarantee that your reconsideration request will result in an approval for the PLUS loan.
Completing the FAFSA
By now, you may have already completed the 2021-2022 FAFSA If not, please be sure to do so. You may start by using the Apply For Aid option above. HAMPTON UNIVERSITY’S PRIORITY FILING DATE IS February 15th. *Please keep in mind that we must receive your completed FAFSA in our office from the US Department of Education on or before our Priority Filing Date of February 15th. If the Department of Education has determined that you may be Pell-eligible, your application may be eligible for priority consideration for additional need-based Federal Student Aid. Because funding is limited, we cannot guarantee you additional aid, even though you may be otherwise eligible. Hampton University’s school code is 003714. Please be sure to review all email correspondence from the Department of Education regarding the processing of your FAFSA.
All FAFSA applications received via the Department of Education on or after July 1st are considered late. Depending on the items needed to complete processing, your financial aid package may not be available to issue an award by the August 1st payment due date. If you do not have approved financial aid that is equal to or greater than your billable charges, your class schedule is subject to cancellation.
The Financial Aid Office will begin issuing financial aid awards to students who qualify beginning May 15th.
PARENT PLUS LOAN applicants, please be sure that you have both accepted the PLUS Loan on HUNet; as well as, completing the credit check and master promissory note (MPN) at: https://studentloans.gov. Additional information can be found under Direct Loan News under the General Information tab.
Disclosure Statement: Reporting of all instances of Expected Aid from Outside Sources
Please be aware that Federal Student Aid Guidelines require schools to include various types of aid, as part of the student’s estimated financial assistance when packaging his/her financial aid award. All categories of students are required to report all instances of expected aid to the Financial Aid Office. Failure to do so could result in the reduction, retraction or even cancellation of the student’s financial aid award, possibly leaving the student with a balance owed to the University. The list provided below, should not be construed as all inclusive:
Waivers of Tuition and Fees; Fellowships or assistantships; Veteran Educational Benefits’ Stipends; National Service Education Awards; Insurance programs for student’s education; scholarship; any educational benefits paid because of enrollment in post secondary education; Chapter 1607 Reap Benefits, ROTC living allowances, net income from Need-based Employment; Americorps funds, Designated State Aid; Designated Aid paid on the student’s behalf; Scholarships, etc.