When you receive an offer letter from Student Financial Services it can include one or many of the types of financial aid listed below. We encourage all students to review financial aid offers carefully to understand all terms and requirements. Whatever amount is not covered by financial aid is the balance due. There are a variety of payment options for students to pay their balance.
Should you have any questions about financial aid or payment options, please connect with us.
Scholarships are monies that are not paid back, but usually have a requirement (i.e. a GPA that must be met and/or maintained). An assistantship allows a student to work within their department in research or other work to earn this financial aid benefit. Click on the program you are interested in to learn more about the available opportunities.
Grants are awarded by federal, state, Redlands, and other organizations. Most grants do not have to be paid back, however it is important to understand the conditions of an award. Some grants do require repayment if a student withdraws before the end of their semester, or does not complete activities connected to the grant. Click on the grants listed below to learn more.
Loans are borrowed money that must be paid back within a time frame, and it accrues interest. Loans can be provided by the federal government, known as federal student loans, or can be offered by banks or private lenders. When taking out a loan is it important to understand the interest rates, repayment time period, and benefits. The only federal loans offered to graduate students are unsubsidized. Click here to learn more.
The School of Business & Society and The School of Education are proud to partner with select employers, other higher education institutions, and local school districts in order to make high-quality, specialized education more accessible to those interested in furthering their education.
Please note, that it is the applicant's responsibility to research our current partnerships and to alert their admissions counselor if they believe they are eligible for a discount. Tuition discounts can only be applied to a student account at the beginning of new program, and before the first billing cycle. New discounts cannot be applied post matriculation.