The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is the only form required
to apply for financial aid.
Apply online by visiting the following web page:
Our Federal Title IV Code is 003733
Register for the PIN at
to sign your FAFSA online
Both the student and at least one parent must have a PIN and sign the FAFSA
There is no cost for submitting this form online. It must not be submitted
earlier than January 1. Based on the information you supply, the FAFSA will determine
your Expected Family Contribution (EFC).
Once we have the results of your FAFSA, a financial aid package can be prepared
and offered. Financial aid award letters are mailed in late March for entering students
and in mid June for returning students. FAFSA results (requests for financial aid)
received after the deadlines (March 1 - entering students; May 1 - returning
students) will be handled on a funds-available basis.
If your application for financial aid is selected by the Federal Processor for verification,
you will need to submit certain required documents. Your FAFSA Student Aid Report
(SAR) lets you know if your record has been selected for verification. You will
receive notice from us of the specific documents required.
To learn more about the financial aid process, visit
http://studentaid.ed.gov/; or feel free to
Re-evaluation of Need-based Aid
The Financial Aid Office recognizes that some families experience changes that are
not reflected on the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).
Should you wish the Financial Aid Office to re-review your request for financial
aid you must complete our 2014-2015
Re-evaluation of Financial Aid form for the academic year beginning Fall
2014. (If you a Re-evaluation of Financial Aid form for the current academic year
please go to our forms bank for 2013-2014).. You also must submit all relevant documentation
along with the form. We will not review your re-evaluation without your FAFSA results.
All students who are accepted for admission to Randolph-Macon are automatically
considered for academic scholarships and grants. Students are notified in their
acceptance letter if they receive one of these awards. There are three levels of
The Virginia Tuition Assistance
Grant (TAG) application must be submitted to the Financial Aid office by
July 31 for priority funding. Applications received after this date will be funded
by the State Council of Higher Education of Virginia (SCHEV) on a funds-available
basis only. For 2013-2014, the award is $3,100.
You must submit the R-MC Entitlement Eligibility Form, which is located in the Financial
Aid Forms Bank.
We understand that the Financial Aid portion of the college admissions process is
often the most perplexing and misunderstood. If there is anything we can do to make
it easier, please give our financial aid office a call at 1-804-752-7259 or e-mail
us at firstname.lastname@example.org.