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An advanced degree is an investment in yourself — and your future.

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Overview

Earning an advanced degree is making an investment in yourself—
and your future. A degree can open the door to more career
choices and increase your earning potential. In times of economic
uncertainty, possibly one of the best investments you can make
is in your education, and in the professional skills that can lay the foundation for your future.

Most U.S. citizens or permanent residents who are enrolled in a
degree or certificate program at Adler University may use financial
aid to cover the full cost of their educational expenses. Financial
aid may be used to cover the cost of tuition, fees, books and
living expenses during all academic terms in which a student is
registered at least half-time. More information about a student’s
cost of attendance is available here.

 

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The Office of Financial Aid will help you understand your options
and answer any questions you have. Our financial aid counselors
are available for phone or in-person consultations. You can reach
the Office of Financial Aid by calling (844) 459-3710 or via email. If
you would prefer to contact a specific staff member, you can find
staff contact information here.

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