Faithful to its Lasallian heritage in Catholic higher education and its Mission
Statement, Lewis University is committedto becoming a partner with you andyour
family to making higher education affordable. This partnership is comprised
of three components; federal and state aid, institutional aid and family resources.
Lewis University has been a leader in actively working to keep the cost
of tuition affordable. Lewis University is listed in the Chicago
Sun-Times 2005 Annual Tuition Survey, as the most affordable Catholic
university in the Chicago metropolitan area.
The Office of Financial Aid Services administers programs in cooperation
with federal, state, and private agencies, as well as funds provided
through the University. Funding may be based on financial need, or on
academic, athletic, or fine arts merit.
Students who have been accepted to Lewis University are eligible to
be considered for financial aid. The University requires that students
complete the Free Application
for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) to apply for need-based financial
aid. These include grants, loans, and work programs available through
federal, state, and institutional resources. The FAFSA form is available
through the Lewis Office of Financial Aid Services, high school guidance
offices, and on the Internet at: www.fafsa.gov.