Financial Aid Financial Aid Application Process

Step 1: Gain Acceptance to Brescia University

To receive federal, state and institutional financial aid, all prospective students must be accepted to Brescia University. Applications may be submitted online.

Step 2: File the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).

FAFSA informs Brescia University of a student’s grant, loan, and work study eligibility from federal and state sources. The Financial Aid Office also uses this information to determine need-based institutional fund eligibility.

For important information about the 2017-2018 Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) changes, please click here.

NOTE: Be sure to identify Brescia University by entering our unique code: 001958 on your FAFSA form so that we can access the required information.

Step 3: Receive a financial aid award letter.

Upon completion of the above steps, the student will receive a financial aid award letter from Brescia University outlining all sources of aid that the student is currently eligible to receive.

Step 4: Sign and return financial aid award letter.

The student is asked to sign and return the financial aid award letter to the Financial Aid Office within two weeks of the date of the letter. By signing the award letter, the student is asking Brescia University to retain those funds until the student enrolls for courses or withdraws their admissions application.


Brescia University
Financial Aid Office
717 Frederica Street
(270) 686-4355 or 1-877-273-7242
Owensboro, KY 42301-3023
[email protected]

Contact the Financial Aid Office at [email protected] for possibilities of funding for summer courses.