Financial Aid Forms and Programs
Lee University’s Financial Aid Office is committed to providing the resources needed to finance their educational goals. Below is a list of the major financial assistance programs available to students while attending Lee University.
- Incoming Freshman
Our Academic Scholarships have changed. See the below links for information and details about these merit awards for the 2020-2021 academic year.
- Asian Pacific Scholarship
- Endowment Scholarships
- Family Tuition Discount
- Hicks Scholars Program
- Leadership Scholarship Program
- Lettie Pate Whitehead Scholarship Program
- Music Scholarships
- Natural Sciences and Mathematics Scholarship
- Poiema Ministry Scholarship
- State Alumni Chapter Scholarship
- Tennessee Scholar Program
- Theatre Talent Scholarship
- Winters Emergency Loan Program
- Federal Pell Grant
- Iraq & Afghanistan Service Grant
- Federal SEOG
- Federal Work-Study
- Federal Teach Grant
- Federal Perkins Loan
- Federal Direct Stafford Loan
- Federal Direct PLUS Loan
- Veteran Educational Benefits
They are one of the best, most comprehensive free online scholarship searches available to students, parents, and educators.
Students can conduct a keyword search of a data base containing 10,000 scholarships.
The eCampusTours search uses a database of more than 10,000 scholarship programs that distribute awards worth more than $36 million.
The College Board’s free scholarship search utilizes a database of more than 2,300 sources of college funding totaling almost $3 billion in scholarships and aid
This database offers more than 2.7 million college scholarships and grants totaling more than $19 billion.
This source boasts to be "the world's leading site for scholarships and financial aid," offering more than 250,000 scholarships totaling $40 billion.
This database, offered by SallieMae, contains over 6 million scholarships worth up to $30 billion.
- Bureau of Indian Affairs
The bureau is responsible for the administration of federal programs for federally recognized American Indian tribes.
This site, sponsored by the U.S. Department of Labor, has a searchable data base containing more than 5,000 scholarships, fellowships, loans, and other financial aid opportunities.
- Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute, Inc.
Learn more about the 16 Fellowships awarded annually to promising Latinos. The Summer Internship Program provides 30 undergraduate students the opportunity to spend two months in Washington D.C. to learn how government functions.
This site is a comprehensive site that can help guide students through the financial aid process. Student can also do free scholarship searches and find information on career opportunities.
- The Gates Millennium Scholars
The aim of this program is to expand access and opportunity to higher education to those citizens who will help reflect the diverse society in which we live.
- International Student Aid
This database for international students is located at the International Education Financial Aid Web site.
The College Board proudly offers MyRoad, a single, comprehensive software resource to help students navigate the college and career planning process.
This site allows you to search for scholastic financial aid quickly and accurately, without forcing you to lose time and privacy by entering personal information.
- Student Aid Alliance
Use this web site to contact your members of Congress. Tell them that now is the time to invest in student financial aid and America's college students.
Find any forms you may need to complete your financial aid file below. Contact the Lee financial aid office if you have any questions.
This application must be filled out every year in order to receive federal financial aid and is available for the following school year beginning October 1.
This ID gives you access to the Federal Student Aid’s online systems and can serve as your legal signature.
This is a tool created by the U. S. Department of Education to help students get an early start on the financial aid process by providing them with an early estimate of their eligibility for federal student aid.
This form is only required in the event that corrections are made to the federal application. Both the student and at least one parent (if a dependent student) must sign this form.
This form is only required for students who did not maintain satisfactory academic progress and received Federal Aid during their last period of enrollment at Lee University.