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Paying for College

Seeing a child going to college is one of the proudest moments many parents experience, but we know that it also sparks concerns about how you or your student will pay for it. Whether you plan to foot the bill, lend a helping hand, or provide guidance, know that your support will make a huge difference.

Here at Sullivan University, everything is personal. You will have a dedicated Financial Planning Coordinator who will get to know you and your student and help you navigate through the entire process - from start to finish - to help find the best financial plan that works for you and your family.

First, be secure in knowing that one of the greatest benefits of Sullivan University is our affordable tuition. Regardless, we understand that sending your student to college is a major financial investment. Below are some types of financial assistance to consider when determining the best way to pay for college.

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All Students (with assistance of a parent) are encouraged to complete a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)

Visit, to apply for federal grants and other assistance.


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Create a Federal Student ID & Complete and submit your FAFSA.

Link: Federal Student Aid

Link: Create Your FSA ID

Link: Filling Out the FAFSA

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Apply for a Parent PLUS Loan

Link: PLUS Loan information and application

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Receive and review your Student Activity Report and contact your Admissions Advisor to schedule your personal one on one Financial Planning appointment.

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During your Financial Aid appointment, review and accept your Financial Aid Award information.

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Complete Master Promissory Note (MPN)

Link: MPN for Undergraduate Students

Link: MPN for Parents

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Complete Entrance Loan Counseling

Link: Complete Student Entrance Counseling

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Federal Funds are dispersed throughout the quarter upon a complete Financial Aid package.

Once funding has posted to your student account, any overages are sent to BankMobile. Sullivan University has partnered with BankMobile to issue our student refunds.

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Renew your FAFSA every year

The FAFSA opens annually each year on October 1st. Please complete it as soon as possible as the FAFSA is also linked to other sources such as state aid that are often first come first serve.

Different Types of Aid

Pell grant:

Available to those who are eligible by demonstrating financial need.

Federal Supplemental Opportunity Educational Grants:

For undergraduate students with exceptional financial need.

Subsidized loans:

For undergraduate students; interest is paid by the US Department of Education while the student is in school and in times of deferment.

Unsubsidized loans:

For undergraduate and graduate students; the Borrower is responsible for all interest.

PLUS loans:

For graduate and professional students and parents of dependent undergraduate students; the borrower is responsible for all interest.

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Room and Board Rates:

Please review current Room and Board Rates on page 2 of our Supplement A


Our institutional scholarships can be found in our current catalog

Tuition and Fees:

Our current tuition and fees

Cost Calculator:

On our Net Price Calculator, you can start to understand what your journey at Sullivan will cost. It's important to remember, while we give you as accurate an estimate as possible, you also have the potential opportunity to lower the cost with grants and scholarships. So let's get you on the road to one of the best decisions you'll ever make.

Dependent Student FAQs:

Review our Dependent Student FAQ

Non-Institutional Scholarship Resources:

List of Scholarships

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