Financial Aid is Available to Those Who Qualify
Congratulations! You are seriously thinking about continuing your education and want to learn more about financial aid opportunities. At St. Paul’s School of Nursing, our experienced financial aid staff is committed to giving you personal attention to discuss your financial aid situation- with complete confidentiality.
Our financial aid staff believes that your income or savings account should not be an obstacle for continuing your education, therefore, we utilize all available resources to create a personalized financial plan for each student. We can work with you to figure out if you qualify for financial aid and, if you do, what plan is best for you.
When you meet with one of our financial aid representatives, you can learn about the scholarships or federal aid options that can help you cover the cost of your education. Financial aid comes in a variety of forms and may include grants as well as low interest loans to those who qualify.
Common grants and federal aid options that you may qualify for include:
- Federal Pell Grant
- Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant
- Federal Direct Loan Program
- Federal Direct Parent Loan for Undergraduate Students Loan Program
- Federal Work-Study Program
- Veterans Benefits
- Academic Competitiveness Grant
- Tuition Assistance Program
We highly encourage our students and their families not to rely solely on financial aid to fund their education. Our individualized attention to each student's need makes this a simple and personalized process. Our financial aid staff is here to ease your financial concerns about school.
As you continue to explore your career education opportunities, reach out to us. St. Paul’s School of Nursing has a long history of educating students in associate degree programs in nursing, medical assisting and dental assisting.
If you are interested in beginning your career education in healthcare, talk with us about your career goals today.