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As a public university, William & Mary works hard to keep the cost of our exceptional education affordable, and we commit our resources to need-based aid.
If you have what it takes to be a W&M student, the Financial Aid Office will use all available aid sources to help meet as much of your need as possible. Through a combination of financial aid options - including grants, loans, and Federal Work-Study - we will make every effort to keep your loan debt as low as possible.
William & Mary has a long-standing commitment to meet 100 percent of the demonstrated financial need of undergraduate Virginians. Gateway William & Mary is a financial aid fund that goes beyond this commitment. Undergraduate Virginians whose families' total income is less than $40,000 per year may qualify for these funds. Qualifying students will be given a financial aid package that covers most, if not all, of their expenses through grants.
If you are a new or current student and need assistance in applying for your loans, we suggest that you start at our Loan Application page.
If you are planning to use financial aid to pay for summer school, you must complete the Summer Financial Aid Application (pdf) no later than 3 weeks prior to the start of your program. Summer 2013 eligibility will be based on your 2012-13 FAFSA.
Learn how to apply for aid as an entering freshman, a continuing student or a graduate student. And check out these helpful links: