Villanova University believes there should be no barriers to a quality education, so don't let finances hinder your goals. Villanova is dedicated to helping all students achieve their higher education objectives.
Discover how you can earn your degree online – and pay for your education with financial aid. Your Villanova University program representative will work with you to identify the best finance option(s) for your unique situation.
Contact a program representative today at 866-220-0017 (toll free) to learn more about financial aid for graduate students. Or, download a free Financial Aid Guide, which explains how to apply for federal loans and grants.
Did You Know?
With the convenience of online learning and the flexibility of multiple financing options, it’s never been easier to earn your graduate degree. Tuition for the degree programs are as follows:
Please note that a one-time, non-refundable $85 application fee is required. Books and materials are billed separately, and are not included in the tuition rate. Your tuition payments may be tax deductible; your tax advisor can provide further information.
If you're seeking financial aid for a graduate degree, the best place to start is with the Free Application for Federal Student Aid, or FAFSA, which will help you determine your eligibility for federal loans.
You can apply for federal financial assistance – including loans – with one simple form: the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Offering more than $60 billion a year in assistance, Federal Student Aid programs are the largest single source of student financial aid in the nation. Don't miss out on this opportunity – submit your FAFSA today to determine your eligibility for government funds!
Federal Pell Grants are available to students who are pursuing their first bachelor's degree and who demonstrate exceptional financial need as demonstrated by the information submitted on the Free Application for Federal Student Aid. Effective July 1, 2012 a student can only receive the Federal Pell Grant for up to 12 semesters, or the equivalent.
Certain states allow residents to receive state grant assistance for study at Villanova University. Students are responsible for checking with the respective State Higher Education Agency to determine if they can receive state grant assistance for study in distance learning.
William D. Ford Federal Direct Loans are available to undergraduate students and are designed to provide students the opportunity to participate in paying for school. This loan must be repaid – typically via installment payments upon graduation. Students are eligible to borrow up to $12,500 per year.
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Villanova University Financial Aid Office
Click here for more detailed financial aid information published by the U.S. Department of Education.