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An investment in yourself.

Financial aid is available to qualifying students. We’ll help you through the process.

Financing your BSN is more manageable than you might think.

We know that figuring out how to pay for college is one of our students’ top concerns. A knowledgeable financial aid representative will help you explore and understand all of your options.

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Types of Financial Aid 

Students may be eligible for a variety of financial aid programs and payment options including: 

  • Federal student loans (payments can begin after you’re done with school)
  • Federal PELL and SEOG grants (do not have to be repaid)
  • State-based grant programs (do not have to be repaid)
  • Work-study (on-campus employment)
  • Private educational loans
  • Military veteran educational benefits (ex: Post-9/11 G.I. Bill)
  • Scholarship programs

You may be relieved to know that with certain financial aid programs, you’ll be able to start your new career before repayment begins. 

How to Apply for Financial Aid

The first step in determining your eligibility for specific financial aid programs is to complete the FASFA, or the Free Application for Federal Student Aid. If you need help along the way, your financial aid representative will be available to answer questions or provide guidance. 

www.fasfa.ed.gov

Use school code: 031150-00

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Next Steps

Soon after you’ve applied for financial aid, you’ll receive a letter outlining the types and amounts of aid for which you’re eligible. Look carefully at your options, discuss the possibilities with your family, and ask your financial aid representative questions before you can decide what to accept. If you are offered loans, remember that you should only borrow what you need, and consider federal loans before private loans. 

Get Started on Your Future

Take the first step toward a new nursing career.
Contact us to learn more about the Arizona College BSN program.

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