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Financial Aid & Tuition


Finishing your degree is one of the most important investments that you will ever make. Financial assistance is readily available to help make it possible for you to realize that investment.

The financial assistance available to students in the Adult Degree Programs of Geneva College is designed to make finishing a degree affordable and accessible. Nearly 90% of students receive some form of financial aid including grants, scholarships and loans. Talk to an ADP counselor today and discover how affordable and accessible an academically challenging, Christ-centered Geneva College education can be for you.

Tuition and Fees

Effective March 16, 2014 - March 15, 2015


ADULT DEGREE PROGRAMS TUITION
 
Adult Degree Programs Core Requirements and Electives
Online and Classroom Bridge course tuition per credit hour
*The cost of books is included
$433
Internship tuition per credit hour $314

Online Adult Degree Programs Majors
Tuition per credit hour $527
Administrative fee per credit hour $23
Total cost for four terms of Online ADP majors (48 credits) $26,400
*The cost of books is included. Tuition costs will be guaranteed for continuously enrolled fulltime students for the four-term ADP major.

Classroom Adult Degree Programs
Tuition per credit hour $588
Administrative fee per credit hour $23
Total cost for four terms of Classroom ADP majors (48 credits) $29,328
*The cost of books is included. Tuition costs will be guaranteed for continuously enrolled fulltime students for the four-term ADP major.
 
Other Fees
Application fee
(waived for applications submitted online)
$25
Cap and Gown fee $42
 





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Financial Aid

More than 90 percent of our adult students qualify for financial aid. We can walk you through it.

To begin the process, simply fill out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) online at www.fafsa.gov Geneva College’s school code is 003267. After you complete the FAFSA, our financial aid office will prepare an individualized financial aid package including any federal, state and Geneva College grant and federal loan options.


Types of Aid:

Geneva College Adult Degree Programs Grants and Scholarships

  • Geneva Adult Degree Programs Grant
    • Amount varies based upon financial need.
    • File FAFSA form annually before May 1 for priority consideration.
  • Adult Degree Programs Assistance Grant for Laid-Off Workers
    • Based upon financial need.
    • File FAFSA form.
  • Phi Theta Kappa Members (transfer students)
    • 3.25 Transfer GPA
    • $1,000 scholarship per ADCP term
    • Renewable per Adult Degree Programs term for a maximum of four terms.
    • Renewal requires minimum of cumulative GPA 3.2.
  • James Naim Memorial Scholarship
    • Based upon a combination of scholarship essay and financial need.
    • Scholarship information will be mailed in June.
    • File FAFSA, apply for admission and be accepted to Adult Degree Programs cohort by August 1.
  • Adult Degree Programs Partnership Tuition
    • Discounted Adult Degree Programs Tuition.
    • Must be employee of corporate or organizational partner.


Federal Grants


State Grants


Geneva College Military and Veteran Scholarships

  • Geneva Tuition Assistance Scholarship
    • Geneva scholarship for active duty service members, Selected Reserves and National Guard.
    • Scholarship reduces costs to $250 per credit
  • Yellow Ribbon Scholarship
    • Geneva scholarship for veterans with 100 percent eligibility under the Post-9/11 GI Bill.
    • Scholarship will cover remaining balance after Post-9/11 GI Bill benefit is applied.
  • Veterans Educations Benefits
    • For GI and Post-9/11 GI Bill information, visit www.gibill.va.gov or call 888.442.4551 to determine eligibility.
  • Veterans Vocational Rehabilitation
    • Call 800-827-1000 to determine eligibility.


Federal Loans

 

Other Resources

  • Other Loan Resources
  • Office of Vocational Rehabilitation
    • For individuals who want to work and have a disability that causes substantial problems in preparing for, getting or maintaining a career. Call the district office responsible for the county in which you live.
  • Employer Education Benefit


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