Academic Catalog 2018-2019 
    
    Dec 12, 2018  
Academic Catalog 2018-2019

Financial Aid


The Financial Aid Office helps students obtain additional funding when they have a gap between their personal financial resources and the cost of education at Fielding. The majority of students use one or more of the following financial aid options:

  • Loans: Many of our students with financial need utilize federal student loan funds (Direct Unsubsidized and/or Direct PLUS for Graduate loans) to support their education. A few students use private student loans. Loans are generally scheduled for one year (three terms) with one disbursement of funds at the start of each term, and then renewed each year as needed.
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  • Scholarships/Grants: Fielding has some scholarship programs available for incoming as well as returning students to help meet a portion of the educational need, but the funding amount and timing varies depending on the scholarship program. Students are also encouraged to look into other scholarship and grant opportunities that are available from wide variety of sources, starting with local community and/or religious organizations that support residents in their city, county, or state.
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In general, students receiving financial assistance from any source must remain in good academic standing and maintain satisfactory academic progress each year. Please refer to the Progress to Degree Policies  in the Academic Policies and Procedure section of this catalog for specific policy guidelines.

Students who have any questions or special concerns are encouraged to contact the Financial Aid Office at 800.340.1099, ext. 4030, or send an email to finaid@fielding.edu.