Spring Arbor University offers a number of different ways to help you pay for your education. In this section of our site, you will find information on grants, scholarships, loans and other resources to help you make ends meet. Check out fastweb.com for the largest collection of private scholarships we’ve found. Enter your information and they will notify you when a new scholarship is added that matches your profile. Start the process now to improve your prospects for additional aid. Search locally, too. If you are a high school student, check with your high school counselor. Also check with local servant organizations and merchants like Meijer™, Target™ and Walmart™, which may have scholarships. And don’t forget your local church or denomination.
Chances are, loans will be a part of your financial aid award. We encourage you to carefully evaluate the correct loan amount for your situation. We don’t want you to graduate with more educational debt than necessary.
One way to minimize the amount of your loans is to plan ahead and start making payments early with a monthly payment plan. You can set up a payment plan right on our Student Portal that you will have access to once you are registered for classes. Payment plans are interest free and have a fee of $30 per semester.
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