The U.S. Government offers grant and loan programs designed to help pay tuition and fees. Aid can be used to pay for tuition, textbooks, fees and living expenses. Grants not have to be repaid, except under certain circumstances and loans must be repaid. Read carefully about financial aid below. Financial aid advisors are available to answer questions.
You can also apply for private educational loans, which are credit-based funds provided by outside, nonfederal lenders to pay for the difference between the cost of attendance and amounts received through other programs. The terms and conditions of federal loans are often more favorable than private loans and should be considered before exploring private loans.
Strayer University participates in a variety of financial aid programs in order to assist students in paying for their postsecondary education. The university must comply with state and federal requirements for each program.
Student loans can be a helpful tool to help you reach your educational goals. However, as a student, you must borrow responsibly – the money you receive now to pay for school must be paid back later.
Here are application steps, tips and approximate completion times to apply for financial aid.