Your financial aid award will be determined on the income, assets and household information you provide on the FAFSA. The Department of Education will use your responses and calculate your Expected Family Contribution, your EFC, using a formula. The EFC is how much you or your family can afford to pay. It is used to determine your eligibility for federal student aid.

Your state and Capitol Technology University will also use the information you provide to determine if you are eligible for any state or Capitol Technology University financial aid.

After reviewing your FAFSA information and determining that you have met all eligibility requirements, the financial aid office will send you a letter listing any financial aid you are eligible to receive. If the admissions office offers you a scholarship, it will appear on your award letter.

Return of Award Letter
You must return one signed copy of the award letter to the financial aid office by the date listed on the letter. If you don't return a signed copy, your awards will be cancelled and the funds will be distributed to other eligible students.