About Student Finance
Carrington College has an entire team here to help you find ways to make your education more affordable. The student Finance Department at each Carrington College location has the resources and the expertise to help guide you step-by-step through the financial aid process.
We participate in most financial assistance programs, both federal and state, as well as private financing. each program has different requirements and application instructions. Student loans, grants and scholarships are available to those who qualify.
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Net Price Calculator
Wondering what a Carrington College education will cost? The net price calculator is designed to help you understand the costs of attending Carrington Collegte and how much financial aid you may be eligible for which can help offset some of the cost. Simply answer a few questions and recieve you estimate. The net price calculator provides only a rough estimate of financial aid and is only as accurate as the data entered into it.
How Much Will It Cost?
A big part of getting ready to go to college is figuring out how much it’s going to cost. The first step is to check out the net price calculator above. Next, learn more about how much specific programs will cost based on teh academic catalog.
Graduation high school seniors or those who have graduated high school during the most recent academic year may be eligible for the Carrington High School Scholarship of $1,000 to apply towards tuition. Learn eligibility requirements and more.
Education is a major financial investment, but one Carrington College belives will pay off. Learn more about loan options, scholarships, grants and other aspects of student finance at Carington College.
Student loans are just one option you have when looking for ways to pay for college. Learn about different loan options available to you at Carrington College.
Education can be expensive, so it’s important you keep your eye on what’s happening with your student finances. Read our top tuition tips to make sure your college remains affordable.
Military Education Benefits
If you are a current or former member of the military, you may qualify for certain benefits including tuition assistance. Learn more about programs for active duty or former military members.
For a comprehensive look at all financial aid options, check our financial aid page. This can direct you to information about scholarships, loans, military benefits and more.
Learn important information such as disclosures of campus security policies as well as tax benefits your education may provide.
Student Consumer Information
Visit our student consumer information page for important information on program outcomes.