Graduate students at Silver Lake College may take advantage of a variety of financial aid resources including grants , scholarships and low-interest student loans. In addition, students should contact their employers about tuition reimbursement opportunities through their place of employment.
To receive financial aid from federal, state or institutional sources, graduate students must first be admitted to an aid-eligible program. For fullest consideration, students must file a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) each year and indicate that the results should be sent to Silver Lake College (School Code 003850).
Click here to access additional information on federal student aid. Additionally, there are resources available to you if you are pursuing a teacher licensure or a certification.
Once a student's financial aid file is complete, a financial aid award will be mailed to them listing each type and dollar amount of aid they are eligible to receive. Please note that most types of aid require at least half-time enrollment.
Financial Awareness Counseling provides students with the basics of financial management, shows students their current federal student loan debt (and their current student loan debt if they enter information about their private student loans), and provides students an estimate of what their student loan debt is likely to be at the time they leave school.
For further information, please contact the Office of Admissions and/or the Office of Financial Aid.