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Office of Student Financial Services
2 East South Street
Galesburg, IL 61401
Need-based financial aid is awarded on the basis of a student's and his/her family's ability to pay. Financial aid eligibility or financial need is the difference between the student's educational costs and the family's expected contribution, as calculated using the family information reported on the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), Knox Financial Aid Application and any other requested documents.
The student and his/her family must complete the FAFSA and Knox Financial Aid Application to enable the College to determine the family's expected contribution and financial need. From the information provided on the applications the Office of Student Financial Services determines:
Knox College's financial aid policy allows a student to receive need-based aid up to the student's financial aid eligibility, as determined by the Office of Student Financial Services using the federally mandated Federal Methodology. A financial aid package will normally include a combination of grants/scholarships, work, and/or loan. The actual amount of grant, work, and/or loan a student is offered depends on the student's eligibility and the total amount of funds available to assist all eligible financial aid applicants.
Students who commute to campus from home (with parents) and/or are released off-room and/or off-board will have their Knox Grant reduced.