Financial Assistance
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Federal Financial Aid

You may be eligible to receive grants and loans from the government.

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Military Benefits

We offer a variety of scholarships for active duty military, their spouses, veterans and other service members. Your service branch may offer tuition assistance.

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You can also apply for Strayer and private scholarships to help cover your educational costs.


Private Loans | Financial Aid Policies | Financial Aid Code of Conduct | Managing Student Debt | Student Exit Counseling

Transfer Credits.

Students often enroll with credits earned through other institutions, in their professions, or other life experiences.

You may be able to accelerate your degree by earning credits from: 

Aid and Assistance Options.

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Includes both grants, which do not need to be repaid, and loans, which must be repaid.

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We offer access to USA Funds® Life Skills®, a free online learning program that offers advice for managing your time and money.

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Many companies provide tuition benefits to their employees.

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Credit-based funds provided by outside, nonfederal lenders.

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We offer a variety of scholarships and educational opportunities for those who have served.

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Check our Financial Aid TV video library to learn about different aid programs and information you need to manage your borrowing.

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