Tuition and Financial Aid /
Graduate students enrolled in the Capital University Master's programs are eligible to participate in the Federal Direct Unsubsidized Loan program. Federal loan funds can be used to cover the up front tuition charges billed by Capital and assist in helping students cover their book costs and basic living expenses, if desired. Funds are not generally available prior to the beginning of the semester but can reimburse a student once fully processed.
Law School Students should contact the Capital University Law School Admissions Office.
If you find yourself in unusual circumstances or have extraordinary information that can’t be included on your FAFSA, you can request a Special Circumstances Review after you submit your FAFSA.Once you have been accepted to Capital, you will be able to view your financial aid award on WebAdvisor. All you’ll need is your Capital username and password to access the site.
A Federal Direct Unsubsidized Loan is funded by ED and is available up to $20,500 per year. Interest is fixed each year (currently at 5.31%) and does accrue while borrowers are in school. Payments are not required but are encouraged, if possible. Your financial aid award letter identifies the maximum annual loan amount available to you.