The International Student Financial Aid Application is desiged to gather information from international students who are applying for financial aid at colleges and universities in the United States. When completing the application, it is important to:
Answer all questions that apply to you and your family.
Convert all currency figures to U.S. dollars ($) before entering them on the form.
Return the form directly to Columbia Theological Seminary's office of Admissions and Financial Aid.
Some of the questions on the International Student Financial Aid Application are self-explanatory; the instructions that follow are only provided for questions that may need further explanation.
Section A. Student's Information
This section pertains to the student who is applying for aid.
Section B. Asset Information
Asset information pertains to the parents or to the student and the student's family if the student is married and lives independently of the parents.
Write in the value of assets and, where asked, any debt against the asset as of the time you complete this application.
Section C. Expenses
Write in the annual amount your family spent on the items listed. If you do not know the actual amount, please estimate.