Financial Aid Options
Funding Your Education
Pursuing a graduate degree at the Adler School of Professional Psychology is one of the most important steps you can take to make a difference in your community. It’s not a surprise, however, that many people question whether they can afford to invest in higher education. We want to assure you that you can afford a graduate education at the Adler School. A number of financial aid options exist to support your graduate school education, including:
Financial Aid Resources
These resources will assist your financial aid research and application process.
- 2013-2014 Financial Aid & Student Accounts Handbook contains information about the financial aid process and should be the first source consulted with any questions about financial aid.
- American Psychological Association offers many scholarships and grants for which graduate students in psychology may apply.
- Annual Credit Report provides instruction on how to obtain your credit report from all three national credit bureaus. Each bureau provides one free credit report per year.
- FinAid will help you gather information on repayment plans, view details of financial aid types, and use calculators to see what your monthly repayment may look like.
- National Health Service Corps is a US Department of Health and Human Services program created to ensure an adequate supply of health professionals in designated health professional shortage areas. Program participants who commit to a two-year contract will receive a monetary incentive from NHSC: repayment of up to $50,000 of federal student loans. We encourage all students who may be interested in working in public health to consider participation in the National Health Service Corps.
- On the National Student Loan Data System's website, you can view your entire federal loan history. You can view the total amount you've borrowed, see your accrued interest, and get your lender's name and contact information. Use your Department of Education PIN to log on (the PIN you use when filing FAFSA). Don’t have your PIN?
- You Can Deal With It is an excellent resource for graduate students. This website is easy to navigate and includes loan repayment calculators, personal debt management tools, and information about student loans and loan repayment.