A college education requires a significant investment of time and money. Gaining the skills and credentials needed to pursue your vocational calling is well worth it. It's an investment that will pay dividends for the rest of your life.
Students are encouraged to be both practical and creative when planning out how they will fund their studies. There are many forms of financial aid available ranging from third party scholarships, low interest federal and private loans, university scholarships, grants, employer reimbursements, and others. Make sure to do an exhaustive search to discover which of these, or combination of these, will help you arrive at your goal.
Check out the opportunities below as you consider your unique journey to graduate school. If you have questions about any of these options, contact the associate dean of administration, David Hurtado at: email@example.com.
- School of Communication & the Arts Scholarships, Grants and Tuition Discounts
- Regent University Financial Aid Office (Federal and Private Student Loans)
- Military Benefits
- Corporate Partners
- Church Match Program
- Tuition Installment Plan
- Alumni Referral Grant
- Regent University Employment Opportunities
- Other Financial Aid Resources
- Privately Funded Scholarships