Tuition and Financial Aid /
Continuing Education Students
Grants and loans, designed to help you pay for college, are available through a variety of federal and state programs.The key is completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). The fastest way to apply is to complete the FAFSA online.
Your Financial Aid Award package, which is accessed through WebAdvisor, consists of loan eligibility as well as grants for which you are eligible. A large majority of the students attending Capital University rely heavily on student loan programs to meet their financial obligations while obtaining their education. Educational loans may be used to help cover tuition, books, transportation and basic living costs.
It is highly recommended that you check the National Student Loan Database System (NSLDS). This site provides you with your federal grant and loan history and also provides you with the current status on any federal loans that you have previously borrowed.
The Federal Direct Loan Program provides low-interest loans to students to assist with educational expenses. It is federally guaranteed, which means you do not need to pass a credit check to obtain funding through this program.Learn more about:
Contact the Financial Aid Office with questions, concerns, or suggestions.