Apply for Financial Aid

Application Deadlines

All necessary paperwork must be received by our office at least one full month prior to the start of the semester for which you plan to enroll. Student Financial Services suggests a student apply for aid a minimum of 90 days prior to the beginning of the term.  The student will be awarded for the terms usually Fall 1 through and including Spring 2.  Summer is normally packaged separately, unless the student begins attending later in the year.  The FAFSA web page is updated and available after January 1st for the next academic year, requiring the current year’s federal 1040 information, along with the Personal Identification Number, to complete the process online.  SFS has a ‘priority deadline’ date of March 15th each academic year.

Apply for Financial Assistance

FAFSA Chat live with a financial aid representative

  1. Complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid. 
    *Do not send your tax information unless it is requested. 
    Park's school code is: 002498

Apply for Loans

  1. Complete Your MPN (Master Promissory Note)
    All first time borrowers must complete an MPN. Complete it at Direct Loans Chat live with a financial aid representative
  2. Entrance Interview Chat live with a financial aid representative
    All first time student loan borrowers at Park must complete entrance counseling. Remember Park University is located inMissouri when completing entrance counseling.


  1. Get A Direct Deposit (ACH) Financial Aid Refund Chat live with a financial aid representative 
    Submit an authorization form to have your financial aid refund deposited onto a Stored Value Card or into a Bank account.

Coordination of Financial Assistance

Any financial aid awarded is subject to review based on assistance received from outside sources. All sources of aid, with the exception of Chapter 31 VA benefits are regarded as estimated financial assistance and must be included in the financial aid award.

Funds received from outside sources, combined with existing aid which exceed the limit of gift aid and need based scholarships will be coordinated to first reduce the loans and or work resources, and then college or grant scholarships.