5-Step Guide to Financial Aid

Mid-America Christian University believes that any person with academic ability and motivation to learn should not be denied an education because of financial need. Therefore, the University attempts to help students and their families meet the cost of higher education through a combination of grants, scholarships, loans, employment opportunities, and other sources of aid. The Student Financial Aid Office administers programs in accordance with federal, state, and private agency guidelines as well as funds provided by the University. Funding may be based on financial need or may be based on academic, athletic, or other talent merit.

Finally, we recognize that a college education is a significant investment; an investment of money, certainly, but also of trust. The Student Financial Aid Office stands ready to assist in helping you identify and apply for financial aid to make a MACU education affordable.

Apply for an FSA ID
  • Do not share your Department of Education FSA ID with anyone!
  • Obtain the Federal Student Aid ID at studentaid.gov.
Complete the 2022/2023 FAFSA
  • Use your 2020 tax information
  • Use your FSA user ID to electronically sign the FAFSA 
  • www.fafsa.gov (MACU's school code: 006942) 
  • If you use Federal Student Loans, you must complete a Master Promissory Note (MPN)
  • You will also need Loan Entrance Counseling 
  • https://studentaid.gov/
Authorization of Funds
  • To sign your authorization fill out form below
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