Students at Galen College of Nursing may be eligible for a wide range of funding to help pay for nursing degree programs, including Title IV funding programs provided by the United States Department of Education. Additionally, some students may be eligible for nursing student loans and grants for nursing school.
As part of the enrollment process, each nursing student will receive the information necessary to process their nursing school financial aid application. This information will usually be delivered via email.
Once financial aid applications and all required documentation is processed, Galen will determine eligibility for financial aid.
After you have reviewed your award letter, you will meet with an enrollment specialist to sign an Enrollment Agreement, which secures your enrollment.
Paying for school
Net Price Calculator
Before reviewing the options outlined below, the Net Price Calculator tool will help you gauge what kind of financial aid may be available to help cover the cost of college attendance. It will provide a non-binding estimate of federal, state, and institutional aid eligibility based on federal methodology.
Please note this calculator is for estimating only – to assist in the early stages of financial planning. Students’ actual award packages will vary, depending on time of year, regulatory changes, and availability of funds.
Nursing School Grants and Student Loans
Students may apply for a number of different financial aid options to help fund their nursing educations, including:
- Federal Pell Grants
- Federal SEOG Grants
- Direct Loans
- Direct Plus Loans
- State Grants and Scholarships
- Private Alternative Student Loans
- Veterans Educational Benefits
- Employer Reimbursement
- Cash Payment Plans
Here are some helpful links about these options:
- Financial Aid for Nursing School Resources
- Financial Aid Documents and Checklist
- Loan Counseling
- Nursing School Financial Aid FAQ
- Nursing School Scholarship Resources
- Tips for Paying for Nursing School
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