The Office of Financial Aid will offer information, assistance, guidance, and clarity to high school students and their families.

SYLVANIA, OH – Lourdes University is excited to announce the annual High School Financial Aid Night. This event will be held at the Franciscan Center at 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday, November 29. This year, the event includes presentations on FAFSA and financial aid, with a focus on the changes brought about by the FAFSA Simplification Act. The event covers the following:

  • Completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)
  • Explaining how the Prior-Prior year process works, which is a policy implemented in 2016 that allows students and families to file the FAFSA using tax information from two years prior
  • Explanation of the various types of federal and state aid available
  • Tips for scholarship searches
  • How to compare costs after aid that is offered by different schools

After the event, experts from the Office of Financial Aid will answer questions students may have. There is no cost to attend this event, and all high school seniors and any interested underclassmen, along with their families, are encouraged to attend, whether or not they plan to attend Lourdes University.

For more information, please contact Financial Aid at (419) 824-3732 or

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Lourdes University, rooted in Catholic and Franciscan traditions, provides a values-centered education that enriches lives and advances academic excellence through the integration of the liberal arts and professional studies. Established in 1958 and accredited by nine national and regional educational organizations, the robust liberal arts education and Franciscan-inspired charism of service learning ensures students receive a holistic education that prepares them for professional and personal success.

Located in Sylvania, Ohio, Lourdes University is proudly sponsored by the Sisters of Saint Francis of Sylvania. The Sisters of St. Francis are Third Order Regular Franciscans, living in the community as vowed religious according to the spirit and example of Francis of Assisi. As women of peace and seekers of justice, they are committed to serving God’s people through diverse ministries in 10 Dioceses in seven states.