Financial Aid

Financial Aid

"Associate degree recipients, on average, end up making about $500,000 more over their careers than people with only high school diplomas."
Georgetown University Center on Education and the Workforce

Completing your degree is worth the investment.

in most cases, financial aid will significantly reduce the cost of your degree. Every student, regardless of income or situation, should apply for financial aid - even if you think you, or your family, earn too much to qualify.

From financial aid to student loans, you have options when it comes to paying for your education. We’re here to help you navigate the process and make it as easy as possible.



HOW TO RECEIVE FINANCIAL AID



FINANCIAL AID SOURCES



MONTHLY PAYMENT PLAN

For degree expenses not covered by financial aid, payment plans are available for a small enrollment fee each semester.

You may select bank draft or credit card payment options. And because the payment plan is not a loan program, you will not be charged interest on the payment plan.

You will make an up-front payment prior to the beginning of the semester when the payment plan is implemented.

More information about the payment plan will be provided by your Financial Aid Counselor once your degree costs are finalized.