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Dallas Institute of Funeral Service offer many financial aid options to help you pay your college costs. Navigating this site you will find information about applying for financial aid, the costs associated to your education, the types of financial aid, and more.
What is financial aid?
Federal, state, institutional, and private fund sources used to assist eligible students in funding their education. Financial aid can be a mixture of scholarships, grants, loans, veterans’ educational benefits, tuition reimbursement, etc.
Scholarships and grants are classified as “free money” and the student will not be required to repay these funds. Loans are classified as a “self-help” aid and the student will be required to repay loan balances when you become enrolled less than half time or you graduate. Other sources of aid may have specific requirements associated to applying and using these towards your education.
What is the Academic Year Definition?
Dallas Institute of Funeral Service’s academic year definition is 36 quarter credit hours in 33 weeks.
Don’t Forget Constitution Day! – September 17th
A provision in Section 111 of Division J of Pub. L. 108-447, the “Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2005,” Dec. 8, 2004; 118 Stat. 2809, 3344-45, requires “educational institutions” that receive Federal funds to hold an educational program on the United States Constitution on or around September 17, “Constitution Day and Citizenship Day,” of each year for the students served by the educational institution.
Because many of our students receive Federal Aid, we would like for them to visit the site below to learn more about the Constitution, our country’s founding document. https://www.archives.gov/news/topics/constitution-day