Understanding how financial aid works for college can be tricky. We have broken down some of the most common ways to receive financial aid for college.
Nothing should ever stand in the way of the person you were meant to become.
- Bluffton is in the Top 10 Percent in financial aid given among private four-year colleges and universities in our state and...
- Tuition is below the average amount in those same schools.
Federal Student Aid resources:
If you have general questions about the financial aid process, or specific questions
about completing the FAFSA, you can also call the Federal Student Aid Information Center hotline:
1-800-4FEDAID (1-800-433-3243) (available daytime, evenings and weekends)
Our financial aid staff is committed to answering your questions and connecting you with the resources available to meet your goals. Feel free to ask us questions specific to Bluffton or general questions about financial aid. Topics may include federal and state issues, the financial aid application process, grant and loan issues and any other questions you may have.
You do not have to be a current or
potential student to use this service.
This service is open to everyone!
Contact us by e-mail at:
Or, by phone at:
Bluffton University Financial Aid staff
8 a.m.-noon; 1-5 p.m.
Financial Aid Office