"Daemen is Affordable" Check List

Using the Daemen tuition for 2011-2012 of:                           $21,800

(Actual tuition amount for 2011-12 will be set in May)

□ Step One

  • Apply to the college and receive an acceptance letter and merit award

                                                   SUBTRACT merit amount  $ -_______________


    □ Step Two

    • Complete the FAFSA (Daemen's school code is 002808)

      - after January 1st at:  www.fafsa.ed.gov (Free Application for Federal Aid)

    □ Step Three

    • Once Daemen receives your FAFSA

      you will receive your financial aid award letter

      from Daemen starting in late February or early March
    • Federal/State aid includes:

      Grants: Pell Grants, TAP, SEOG

      Loans: Direct (Stafford) Loans and Parent Loans and Perkins Loan
    • You may also receive a Daemen Grant

      (awarded to those with high need, based on FAFSA)

                       SUBTRACT the financial aid award amount  $ -_______________


    □ Step Four

    • Other funding sources include savings, parental

      contribution or other non-Daemen loans 

                         SUBTRACT other funding sources amount  $ -_______________


      □ Step Five

      • Add housing and meal plan to your subtotal if you plan to live on campus (freshmen)

                                                        2011-2012 Room & Board: + $ 10,300

                                                 Remaining cost:     $ _______________

      • Contact your admissions counselor to discuss and review this data
      • Contact Daemen’s financial aid office if you have any questions at:

        Phone: (716) 839-8254 or email: financial_aid@daemen.edu

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Cam has spent a significant amount of time acting, puppeteering, writing, producing, and directing various productions associated with the theater department while also presenting his research throughout the country.