Calvary’s Financial Aid Office is dedicated to helping you understand your financial needs and in obtaining the assistance you need to achieve God’s will for your life. If you have any questions, contact us.
During the 2015-2016 academic year, Calvary undergraduate students received $718,630 in Federal and/or Institutional grant and scholarship aid. Eighty-two percent of First Time Full-Time Freshman received some form of financial aid with 46% of First Time Full Time freshman receiving federal student loans. The average amount of student loans borrowed by First Time Full Time freshman during the 2015-2016 academic year was $4,451. To finance students’ and their families’ investment in their education, Calvary’s Financial Aid office utilizes many sources including, but not limited to:
- Institutional aid (scholarships, tuition reduction opportunities, etc.)
- External aid (external scholarships and alternative sources)
- Federal Aid (grants, loans)
- Study and Work Program (Making College Affordable)
- Military Benefits (GI Bill, Tuition Assistance, etc.)
Students receiving financial aid through any of the above sources should read and be familiar with Calvary’s Financial Aid Satisfactory Academic Progress Policy (SAP). Students who fail to make satisfactory academic progress will lose their eligibility to receive financial aid as a student at Calvary.
Apply for Financial Aid
Create an FSA User ID (Video on how to create an FSA ID)
Complete the FAFSA (Free Application for Student Aid). (Need more information?)
Complete Entrance Counseling (for first-time borrowers).
Complete the Master Promissory Note (for Federal Student Loans).
Complete any requested verification documents.
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Education Paid Programs
Calvary University is committed to providing ways for students to learn and grow without accumulating the education debt that can be so crippling. We believe students shouldn’t have to mortgage the future to get the education they need. We are also committed to decreasing dependence on the federal financial aid system, so that students can make choices about their education, rather than having those choices predetermined by governmental regulation.
Calvary University is leading in the development of two paths to achieve these commitments: the Study Work Program and the Nikao Leadership Institute. These offer students excellent opportunities to learn and grow, while providing significant financial aid throughout students’ academic career at Calvary. These also help set Calvary University apart, as Calvary is developing the financial sustainability needed in order to move away from Title IV funding and offer students a better way to handle their education costs. Click a logo for more information on these exciting programs.