A Greenville University education is more affordable than you think.
From increased earning power to greater marketability in the workforce, the professional benefits of earning a bachelor's degree will impact the rest of your career. But completing your degree isn't just about improving your job. It's about finishing what you started, showing your family the importance of education, and fulfilling your lifelong goal of being a college graduate.
Step 1: Done!
- You're in the right place for more information regarding Adult Learning Financial Aid at Greenville University.
Step 2: Before you Apply
- Apply and be accepted to Greenville University.
- If you still need to apply for admission, talk to your admission counselor or get started on your admissions application.
- Check out Greenville University Financial Aid options by viewing the menu to the left.
- Learn about the types of Financial Aid.
- File your taxes
- See what factors could affect your aid.
Step 3: File your FAFSA
- Follow instructions on how to file your FAFSA.
Step 4: You're awarded - now what?
- Estimate your school bill.
- Begin the loan process.
- Determine how to pay.
- Tell us about any changes or additions.
Disbursements (payments) are made to your student account 3-4 weeks after the start of each term/block based on your Financial Aid eligibility.
If you have additional funds available after your charges have been satisfied, you will receive the refund of the credit on your account within 14 days of the disbursement. For questions, please contact the Business Office at 618.664.7016.