Dedicated to Helping Students Successfully Finance Their Education
In addition to scholarships and grants, student loans represent another potential resource for funding your education. There are many types of student loan programs with varying eligibility requirements. It’s important to understand the life cycle of the type(s) of student loan(s) you borrowed and the expectations surrounding repayment.
We are here to help you navigate the student loan process. Follow the steps below to learn more and get your questions answered:
- Read through this page for a high-level introduction to student loans.
- Review the University Policy Handbook for the most detailed and up-to-date information about the loan program.
- Reach out to your student services counselor (SSC) for further questions and guidance.
For the latest student loan updates due to COVID-19 and the CARES Act, visit the Federal Student Aid website.
To learn more about loan repayment options and resources, visit the GCU loan repayment support page.
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GCU is committed to helping students navigate the student loan process. Apply to GCU today and learn more about the available student loan options.
Arizona Student Loan Code of Conduct
The Arizona Student Loan Code of Conduct defines how a school’s Office of Financial Aid should interact with student loan lenders. The code, which GCU fully supports and complies with, was developed by the Arizona Attorney General’s Office in conjunction with Arizona universities and colleges.
ECMC Financial Literacy Program
GCU partners with ECMC Learning to teach student loan borrowers how to:
- Manage their money in college and beyond
- Build financial literacy
- Successfully repay student loans
Registration for a free ECMC account is required in order to access this literacy program. Please visit ECMC Financial Literacy Program.