At Beal University, we are committed to helping you achieve your educational goals. Once you’ve made the decision to enroll at Beal University, a Financial Aid Adviser will discuss funding options with you and guide you through the process of applying for Financial Aid if necessary. To get started you can schedule a visit to come in and speak with a Financial Aid Adviser or request more information.
How to File Your FAFSA
All students should submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Learn more ->
Beal’s School Code = 005204
Below is some basic information on the types of Financial Aid available to those who qualify. Remember, our Financial Aid Advisers are always here to help you navigate your funding options.
Available programs to those who qualify:
- Federal Pell Grant Program
- Federal Supplemental Education Opportunity Grant (SEOG)
- Maine State Grant
- Federal Direct Loans
- Federal Plus Loans
- Veterans’ Educational Benefits (GI Bill®)
- The Maine Loan
Net Price Calculator
The Net Price Calculator is a tool designed to help you make early estimates regarding your eligibility for need-based financial aid at Beal University. Based on the information you enter about your family financial situation you will be presented with a sample award with the following caveats:
- Results are dependent on the accuracy and completeness of the information entered and intended to provide only a general guide to your eligibility for financial aid
- Any award is not guaranteed by Beal University and is meant to be an indication of the aid you may be eligible to receive. Beal University’s Financial Aid Office is the final authority for determining the family contribution and any financial aid award
- This is not an application for financial aid. Your information will not be retained or transmitted to Beal University in any way
The GI Bill® is a registered trademark of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). More information about education benefits offered by VA is available at the official U.S. government Learn more at www.benefits.va.gov/gibill.
Educational Opportunity Tax Credits
The State of Maine offers an Educational Opportunity Tax Credit (EOTC) for any Maine college graduate who has borrowed loans and lives and works in Maine after graduation. The program is officially known as “Opportunity Maine”. The program is now available to anyone who has received an associate’s, bachelor’s and/or graduate degree on or after January 1, 2008. Eligibility criteria varies based on the year of degree completion.
Learn More at: http://www.liveandworkinmaine.com/opportunity-maine
When filing your State of Maine tax return, complete the EOTC worksheet and submit it along with your completed tax return and supporting documentation to the Maine Revenue Service.
Canada Student Financial Aid
The Government of Canada’s Canada Student Loans Program (CSLP) provides financial assistance to students on the basis of financial need. The amount of funding given to help pay for expenses such as tuition, school supplies and living expenses is determined by numerous factors such as family income, tuition, program length and whether you’re enrolled full- or part-time, and school-related expenses.
Your province or territory may grant you a student loan, depending on where you’re going to school and where you live Student grants and loans – Apply with your province – Canada.ca.
New Brunswick Residents
The Government of New Brunswick and the Government of Canada work together to provide student financial assistance. Loans, grants and bursaries are available to help you access and pay for post-secondary education. With one application, you will be considered for student financial assistance from both the Government of New Brunswick and the Government of Canada. NB Student Financial Aid Programs
If however, these options do not fully meet your financial needs, please contact our Financial Aid Department ([email protected]) and they can help you explore other options.
Financial Awareness Counseling
Financial Awareness Counseling provides tools and information to help you understand your financial aid and assist you in managing your personal finances.
Financial Literacy Classes
Sign up for free Financial Literacy Classes offered on campus or virtually with an experienced banking professional. Informational classes provide tools to build your personal financial planning skills. For more information on classes, email [email protected].
An Education Can Be Attainable For You – Discover Your Options Today
If you’re interested in learning more about your financial assistance and exploring whether Beal University is right for you, fill out the form on this page to receive more information.
For immediate questions, call 207-307-3900
Beal University recommends that students exhaust all other methods of financing their education before applying for Private loans. Lenders in the private student loan industry will not be given a preferred status. Beal University will not produce a preferred lender list that gives any lender an advantage in securing business from Beal students.