Prior to enrolling at Kaplan University, you are encouraged
to explore all options available for financing your education including
employer or military tuition assistance or reimbursement, veterans benefits,
and financial aid funding through state and federal agencies. Financial aid
information and application assistance is provided by the University Financial
Aid Office to help you understand your options.
If you receive loans to pay for your course of instruction,
it is your responsibility to repay the full amount of the loan, plus interest,
less the amount of any refund. Defaulting on loans guaranteed or reinsured by
the state or federal government could result in damage to credit ratings, loss
of eligibility for future student loans and other forms of financial aid, loss
of deferment and monthly payment options, withholding of state and federal
income tax refunds, initiation of court action, and garnishment of wages.
Additional information on eligibility requirements, alternate
financing, amounts available, interest rates, scholarships, and repayment
schedules is available from the Financial Aid Office.
You may be eligible for third-party funding sources from
outside agencies and are encouraged to seek out such funding and familiarize
yourself with the policies of such agencies. Although the University will
assist you in completing the necessary forms and will provide any required
information to the agency, it is ultimately your responsibility to ensure the
agency's requirements are met.
Some alternative loans are only available to pay any direct
tuition charges that are not covered by federal, state, or institutional
funding. You are encouraged to take advantage of federal Title IV funding
before applying to alternative loan programs. You and, when applicable, your
parents have the right and ability to choose any lender you wish, and the
University does not require that any loans be obtained from any particular
lender or source.
The University is approved for the below loans and
*The University may be
eligible to be an approved training provider for Workforce Investment Act (WIA)
student aid. You must contact your local WIA One-Stop Centers or your Local
Workforce Investment Board to determine training program
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