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FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE & TOOLS
What to know about Financial Aid
The U.S. Government offers grant and loan programs designed to help pay undergraduate and graduate tuitions and fees. Programs may be used to help pay for textbooks, fees, and living expenses. While there are several programs (our financial aid advisors can help you find ones for which you may be eligible) most financial aid is either a grant or a loan. In short, grants are given to you outright while loans must be repaid. As you can see, they are very different, so read on carefully. And, of course, our financial aid advisors are always available to help.
Federal Financial Aid
The U.S. Government offers a number of grant and loan programs to help eligible students finance their college and graduate school educations. They can help you pay for your education expenses.
Students may 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 receive through other programs.
Financial Aid Code of Conduct
Strayer University expects the highest levels of professionalism and ethical behavior from all officers, employees, and agents whose responsibilities include student financial aid matters.
Financial Aid Policies
Strayer University participates in a variety of financial aid programs in order to assist students in paying for their postsecondary education.
Managing Student Debt
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.
Student Exit Counseling
Before graduating, withdrawing, or dropping below half-time enrollment, Federal student loan borrowers are required to complete exit counseling.