As a student, you have many options available to fund your education. Below are the most common financial options that students use, but because everyone’s situation is different, it’s important that you discuss your payment plan with your enrollment counselor before you enroll.
Scholarships are a great way to fund your education because they do not need to be repaid; however, they are not provided to all students.
If you’re a new student enrolling in an undergraduate program, or who meets certain financial need criteria, you may qualify for an institutional grant that will lower the cost of your education. An Enrollment Counselor can help you determine if you can apply for an institutional grant.
The Cash Plan lets you pay for tuition and fees one course at a time as you pursue your education. This plan requires that all charges be paid before the start of each course.