Financial Aid for Online Programs
We know that financing your continuing education may be one of your biggest concerns. The following information is provided to make the process easier and more understandable.
Graceland's online programs are eligible for federal aid. Undergraduates may be eligible for federal and state grants and loans, and graduates may be eligible for federal loans. You can apply for federal and state financial aid by going online to www.fafsa.ed.gov and filing a FAFSA using Graceland's school code (001866). These are lower interest loans, and payment is deferred until six months after you graduate or drop below half-time enrollment within our program.
When Student Financial Services receives your FAFSA, verification completed — if necessary, and you have been accepted into a Graceland program — you will receive notice that you can view your aid package in My Graceland. If this is the first time you are borrowing Direct Loans from Graceland, you will need to complete the two necessary loan requirements listed under “general requirements.” Until you have completed the financial aid process, you may be required to make payments on enrolled classes. Once your aid package is in place, you can be reimbursed with your financial aid money.
Graceland University offers easy, interest-free payment plans. For a one-time processing fee of $50 per plan, you can pay for your credit hours in equal monthly payments over the span of your courses.
For more information, contact Graceland University Student Financial Services at 866.472.2352, option 2, or discuss this payment option with your program consultant.
Additional information on military/veterans benefits and student rights can be found in our online catalog.
Questions? Please contact Student Financial Services:
Phone: 866.472.2352, option 2