Your pursuit of higher education is one of the most important investments you’ll make. The first step for financing your education starts with self-reliance – exploring personal and family resources for funding your dreams. After you’ve identified your personal resources, the next step is to investigate federal and state financial aid opportunities, as well as other financial assistance programs that can supplement your financing.
At Bryan College, we can help you take full advantage of all financing that’s available to you. Since every student’s financial situation is unique, we will assign you an individual Financial Aid Officer to assist you in determining your financing options and to help you finalize an affordable financial plan that works for you. It’s your education and your future–but it often takes the help of many, from family to taxpayers to banks, to help you fund it. The investment starts now, and the rewards last a lifetime.
Private Loans and Scholarships
In addition to Federal Financial Aid assistance, you may wish to pursue and apply for financing through private student loans and scholarships. Private loans are typically provided by a bank based upon credit history and may require a co-signer. Private scholarships are typically offered by businesses, special interest groups and various non-profit organizations. We encourage all students to research these options.