Financial Aid Resources
Guides to Undergraduate Financial Aid
Average In-State Net Price Data
2022 - 2023 Missing Information Glossary
2023 - 2024 Missing Information Glossary
- The College of William & Mary complies with the Student's Right to Know and Campus Security Act. See the crime statistics and the annual Campus Safety Report.
- The W&M Monthly Payment Plan will help you cover your balance due if financial aid doesn't cover it all.
- The Financial Operations Office produces the 1098-T Tax form.
- Learn about the new FSA ID and obtain them here - Both students and parents (at least one) must have an FSA ID to sign the FAFSA electronically and apply for Federal student loans.
- The U.S. Department of Education - FAFSA - Free Application for Federal Student Aid online
- The U.S. Department of Education - Helpful tools for financing higher education
- The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs
- W&M Net Price Calculators
- College Board Calculators
- The College Board - a starting point for students and parents
- The Virginia529 Plan is an easy way to save for college
- Student Guide - The Student Guide is the most comprehensive resource on student financial aid from the U.S.. Department of Education.
- NASFAA Code of Conduct - guidelines for Financial Aid Professionals as outlined by the National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators
Policy on the use of "Last Payer" Yellow Ribbon Post-9/11 GI Bill Funds
Under the new "last payer" provision for Post-9/11 funds recipients, we have determined that two William & Mary programs that pay for in-state tuition and fees make Virginia domicile recipients of these funds ineligible for tuition coverage through the Post -9/11 GI Bill. The Virginia residents receiving the William & Mary Scholars Awards and 1693 Scholarships will be considered to have their tuition and fees already covered through these two programs. They are still potentially eligible for living and book allowances.
Nonresidents will still be able to receive up to the difference between in and out-of-state tuition from Post-9/11. For example, a nonresident student has a semester tuition and fees bill of $23,427. They could receive both W&M Scholar and 1693 Scholars funding for the $11,814 for Virginia tuition and fees, plus up to $11,814 from the Post-9/11 program.