Financing your education will be one of the most important decisions you ever make; it is a serious investment in your future. We believe the educational experience you will receive at Grand Canyon University will return high value and quality for this investment!
When financing your education, there are many options to choose from and we are committed to helping you decide which method is best for you.
- Federal Loans
- Federal Loans require at least half time (6 credits for undergraduate students; 5 credits for graduate students) enrollment for each semester with attendance for the entire semester. If at any time during the academic year you decide to add or drop one or more courses, you are advised to contact the Office of Financial Aid for details on how a change in enrollment may affect your eligibility. In addition, you are responsible for checking with the Business Office to determine the effect on your student account.
- Stafford Loans
- First time borrowers are required to submit an Entrance Interview, and a Master Promissory Note. Please see our website at http://my.gcu.edu - Select "Student Services" - Select "Financial Services" - Select "Federal Stafford Loans"
- First Time Borrower
- Continuing GCU students who have received a Federal Student Loan at GCU will not need to complete any additional paperwork. If you decide to change your lender, you will need to complete another Master Promissory Note and notify the Office of Financial Aid.