- When is the financial aid application due?
- Who should I call if I have questions about the SSS financial aid application?
- How is a financial aid package determined?
- What if we have special circumstances that we feel the financial aid committee should take into consideration?
- What if my 2019 tax return is not available by January 31?
- If parents are divorced or separated, who fills out the financial aid application?
- What is the Loomis Chaffee Scholars Program?
- What if I have more than one child in school?
- What if we own our own business or farm?
- Is financial aid available for non-U.S. citizens?
- If we receive financial aid in our child’s first year, will we receive financial aid in subsequent years?
- Does applying for financial aid hurt my child’s chances of being admitted to Loomis Chaffee?
- If my child enrolls at Loomis Chaffee without receiving financial aid, can we apply for aid in subsequent years?
- What is the Loomis school code, to be used when filing a PFS?
- When will I find out if we got financial aid?
- What happens if I forget to sign my tax return?
Once Loomis and Student Service for Financial Aid (SSS) has received the Parents’ Financial Statement (PFS), they will use a standard calculation to make an assessment called the Report of Family Contribution (RFC). The RFC is the estimated dollar amount that a family is seen to have available to contribute toward the education of their children. The Financial Aid Committee uses the RFC as a starting point from which to determine a financial aid award.
The LC Scholars Program is an extraordinary educational opportunity for students who show exceptional intellectual and leadership qualities. All applicants to the 9th grade are considered for the program by virtue of submitting an admission application. Read more.
Yes, but on a limited basis. The application process for financial aid is the same as for domestic students except international students must also complete the International Student Financial Aid Profile.
In most cases we only admit students whom we are able to fund through our financial aid budget. However, each year we put a small number of admitted students on our financial aid waiting list, and a second group of students is denied admission because we are unable to provide financial aid for them.