A college education is an investment in you and your future. We believe students shouldn't be barred from a quality education because of limited resources. Our financial aid specialists will make every possible effort to provide you with the maximum amount of assistance.
More than 90 percent of TWC students receive some form of aid, including work study programs and a large variety of scholarships.
Grants and gifts received by the college through the generosity of the United Methodist Church, foundations, friends, alumni and others help to reduce the difference between the actual costs of providing a quality education and the tuition charged. Please contact the Enrollment Services Office for an estimate of scholarships based on ACT/GPA.
Our Financial Aid Office works to make it possible for students to receive a Tennessee Wesleyan education without taking on a large financial burden. Altogether, we distribute more than $20 million a year in aid to qualified students.
Loan Entrance Counseling
Please use the following link to complete your Federal Direct Stafford Loan Entrance Counseling as well as the Master Promissary Note for either Federal Direct Stafford Loans or Direct PLUS Loans. Both the Entrance counseling and Master Promissary Note are required for loan disbursement.
Loan Exit Counseling
Federal regulations require all student loan borrowers to participate in Stafford Exit Loan Counseling whenever you drop below half-time enrollment status, withdraw, or graduate. To complete the online student loan exit counseling, please click the above link.
When you're ready, we invite you to apply for aid.