School of Psychology & Counseling

Important Financial Aid Information

  1. The financial aid programs outlined herein replace all previous brochures and representations.
  2. Prospective Students: Do not wait until you have been accepted to Regent University School of Psychology & Counseling to apply for financial aid. Please submit the necessary applications and any required documentation in conjunction with the admissions application process. The majority of resources available through the School of Psychology & Counseling come in the form of merit scholarships. No application is necessary for these awards. Qualified students will be notified of their merit award following their official acceptance to Regent University School of Psychology & Counseling. Prospective students should also begin the loan application process at this time. You are not financially committed until you actually sign a note with the lender.

  3. No financial aid will be awarded until an applicant has been accepted to the School of Psychology & Counseling.
  4. All awards are subject to the availability of funds. Therefore, all Regent University financial aid programs may be revised or discontinued at any time without prior notice. Once individual program funds have been expended, no further awards will be made.
  5. The maximum amount for all School of Psychology & Counseling financial aid awards cannot exceed 100 percent of tuition costs.
  6. Anyone desiring to be considered for specific and endowed scholarships for the fall semester must submit the scholarship applications along with the general Financial Aid Application by the deadline of March 1.
  7. If a student falls below a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0, completes less than 50 percent of courses attempted successfully, or is otherwise on academic probation, the student will be placed on financial aid probation for one semester. That is, the student may receive financial aid for the upcoming semester, but must meet the minimum stated satisfactory academic progress standards of the School of Psychology & Counseling and bring his/her cumulative GPA back to the 3.0 level by end.
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