Tuition & Financial Aid FAQ's
- When are deposits due for incoming students?
- Will we qualify for financial aid?
- What if my taxes aren't done by the February deadline?
- What if I miss the deadline?
- What is the largest amount of financial aid received?
- When will we know if we will receive financial aid?
- Do you give any academic or athletic scholarships?
- What if the parents are divorced or separated?
- My daughter will be placed on a work-study plan. What does this involve?
- Will my daughter receive the same amount of aid all four years?
- What if I did not qualify through FACTS, but my circumstances changed and I feel we do qualify?
- Are admissions and financial aid kept separate?
- Do you allow parents to work off tuition?
- How are extra-curricular activities and other expenses covered?
- What if I have more questions?
Once a student has been accepted to Presentation, a non-refundable tuition deposit of $1,500 and a non-refundable registration fee of $100 are collected. The $1,500 deposit is deducted from the overall tuition amount for the year. Deposits and registration fees for incoming freshmen are due by 4:00 p.m. on March 28.
Only FACTS Grand & Aid Assessment can answer that question. Presentation gives assistance based on the FACTS analysis of your application; all scholarships are awarded solely on financial need. FACTS determines your need based on the information given to them, including household salary, income tax return and the number of children in secondary tuition schools. Only by applying will you find out if you qualify.
Completing the application by the deadline is crucial for receiving financial aid. Missing the deadline may result in no financial aid awarded to qualified families. Incoming parents should not wait to receive their daughter’s acceptance letter before applying for aid. You must submit your application by the February deadline in order to be considered for aid.
Both parents are assumed to have financial responsibility for the student’s education. Separated or divorced parents requesting financial assistance are required to submit a separate FACTS application to be considered for aid and the financial responsibility for the cost of education must be clearly defined. If only one parent submits an application, only a partial award based on half the tuition amount will be considered.
At the beginning of each school year, your daughter will meet with the Work Scholarship Coordinator to determine her job. Your daughter’s work-study hours are based on the amount of the award. She will be assigned to a teacher or office to assist with various tasks. The hours are flexible, taking into consideration her involvement with extra-curricular activities. Students with larger scholarships will also work during summer vacation.
Contact assistant business manager Lisa Bunnell (email@example.com), (408) 264-1664, ext. 2431) regarding the appeal process. You will need to provide specific documentation showing the change in financial status. No financial aid will be considered if you are not in the FACTS system.
Questions may be directed to Assistant Business Manager Lisa Bunnell: firstname.lastname@example.org or (408) 264-1664, ext. 2431.
If you have questions or concerns about the Financial Aid Application, you may speak with a FACTS Customer Care representative: 1-866-441-4637.