Learn How to Apply for Financial Aid for College

Funding your education is often seen as the most intimidating aspect of starting school. That’s why we have Financial Services Representatives available to answer any questions you have about how to apply for financial aid for college.

There are several ways to find money to help pay for your coursework. After reviewing the information below about your options, please call 866.882.2586 and ask for a Financial Services Representative or Admissions Representative for additional assistance. 


One way to pay for college is to apply for grants—money you don’t need to pay back! These need-based federal grants are awarded to students who qualify. First you must complete your Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Scroll up for more information on how to apply.


Scholarships tend to be based on need or merit, and they don’t need to be paid back either! Some students don’t think they can qualify for scholarships and so they don’t apply. However, students are often surprised to find that they do indeed qualify. It certainly doesn’t hurt to apply. Visit FinAid.org for more information.


We offer several loan programs as well, including direct loans, extended payment periods, and federal work-study programs. Loans must be repaid. Contact our Financial Services Representatives for additional information regarding loan options by calling 866.882.2586.

Military Benefits

If you are a member of the military or have a family member in the military, you may receive enough money to pay for your entire education. For more information, click here or  visit Benefits.VA.gov/gibill.

Native American Scholarships and Grants 

If you are of Native American descent, you may be eligible for special scholarships and grants to help pay for partial or your entire education tuition. For more information, visit BIE.edu

Employer Assistance Programs

Did you know that some employers offer financial assistance for your education to help you become an even more valuable employee? Ask your employer’s program administrator for details and eligibility requirements, if available.