Financial aid is the monetary assistance program provided to students for educational costs in the form of scholarships, grants, awards, part-time employment, and/or loans. It includes federal, state aid, private or outside aid, and aid from Concordia University. This packaging approach may include assistance from two or more sources of financial aid. The university’s goal is to award all applicants the maximum financial aid for which they qualify, within the restrictions of federal and state guidelines and institutional policies.
Whether you are pursuing a second bachelor's degree, a master’s degree, enrolling in a doctoral program, or obtaining a professional certificate*, continuing your education can open doors for your career.
*Students enrolled or planning to enroll in a certificate program at Concordia University can apply for a private alternative loan. Concordia University Certificate Program does not participate in Title IV Federal Financial Aid programs.