Financial aid opportunities for international students are extremely limited and very competitive. The following are helpful sites that you may visit for possible student loan and scholarship opportunities. You should first investigate organizations in your home country for local sources of support. Your government may also have information regarding aid, as well as private organizations, businesses, foundations and religious organizations.
|School-Based Aid||Many schools at Regent University have specific scholarships set aside for international students. Please contact your school of enrollment at Regent (Divinity, Law, etc.) for more information.|
|Please visit the following websites for more information on loans available to international students:
eduPASS, Sallie Mae International
|Educational loan information for Canadian citizens. Learn more about the Canada Student Loans Program.|
& Caribbean Student Loans
|Leo S. Rowe Pan American Fund grants student loans to competent persons from Latin American and Caribbean countries, members of the Organization of American States, to help them finance their higher education studies in the United States, with the understanding that, upon completing those studies, they will be in a position to give their respective countries the benefit of their training.|