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Explore Your Options for Financial Aid

Casper College awarded $3.5 million in scholarships last year and $14 million in total financial aid.

Below, we've provided information on the available types of aid. You might not be eligible for all of them, but it's worth taking the time to learn about each one.

We strongly encourage all students and families to apply for financial aid, regardless of what you think you might receive. By filling out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid, commonly referred to as the FAFSA, you'll find out if you are eligible for valuable grants, student loans and work-study jobs. Never assume that you won't qualify! Fill out the form and get informed about your real options (be sure to use the Casper College School Code: 003928).

Scholarships

Both merit and need based scholarships are available for Casper College students. This gift aid provided by Casper College and the Casper College Foundation does not need to be repaid.

Hathaway

The Hathaway state scholarship program assists students who have graduated from a Wyoming high school, home school or GED. The Hathaway Scholarship does not need to be repaid.

Grants

If you demonstrate high financial need on your FAFSA, you may be awarded a Pell Grant or a Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant. These are a form of gift aid that you do not need to repay.

Loans

Loans are sums of money borrowed from federal, state or private agencies to help finance the expected family contribution (as determined by the FAFSA). Loans must be repaid once the student graduates or does not meet the minimum credit enrollment per semester.

Student Employment

Casper College offers employment opportunities that are available to all students. Positions are on campus and eligibility is determined by your federal work-study award in your financial aid package or by the department hiring fund availability.

Veterans and Active Military Duty

Veterans and active duty military personnel, spouses and dependents may be eligible for educational assistance. While not required, students are strongly encouraged to file a FAFSA as they may be eligible for additional federal, state and CC awards.