John A. Gupton College - Nashville, TN

Financial Aid


First, remember the application for financial aid is different than the application for admissions. Once you have been accepted for admission, apply for a student and/or parent

How Financial Aid Works

The financial aid office places primary emphasis on financial need, enrollment status, and academic achievement. Your need-based aid amount is calculated by subtracting your expected

Loan Counseling

Please use the link to complete your Federal Direct Stafford Entrance Counseling as well as the Master Promissory Note (MPN) for either Stafford and/or

Types of Financial Aid

Types of Financial Aid: Pell Grant, Tennessee State Assistance Award (TSAA), Tennessee Education Lottery Scholarship, Tennessee Promise Scholarship.


Verification is a process used to confirm the information you have provided on the FAFSA—Free Application for Federal Student Aid. Verification selection can either be random

Satisfactory Academic Progress

Federal regulations require that all federal financial aid recipients must be enrolled in a degree- seeking program and maintain satisfactory academic progress toward a degree to

Return to Title IV

If a student withdraws, drops out, or is expelled from the College prior to the end of a semester of enrollment, the Financial Aid Office will determine if the student must return any

Net Price Calculator

This tool gives a rough estimate of what a new student at John A. Gupton College can expect to plan on financially. This calculation includes estimates of tuition and living expenses versus possible grant funds.

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