There are many funding options available to students who wish to pursue a college degree. You may qualify for the following based on your FAFSA information.
Federal Financial Aid
- Federal Pell Grant
- Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant
- Federal TEACH Grant: Submit the Warner Pacific University application and go to the Federal website to complete the Agreement to Serve and counseling.
- Federal Stafford Loans: Apply online. When you get to the Federal website, SIGN IN with your Federal (FAFSA) FSA ID. Click on Complete Entrance Counseling. When completed, click on Complete Master Promissory Note. You must complete these steps if you are a first-time borrower while attending Warner Pacific University.
- If you have been awarded a Perkins Loan on your Financial Aid Award Letter, and you have not borrowed a Perkins Loan before, please complete the Entrance Counseling. When you have completed the counseling, please visit the Office of Student Financial Services in Upper Egtvedt to complete the Master Promissory Note.
- Federal PLUS Loans: Parent Loans for Undergraduate Students (PLUS) are available for parents of dependent students. Loans are based on credit approval and amounts vary up to the cost of attendance. The interest rate is fixed at 6.84%. Apply online.
- Many employers reimburse for approved degree-seeking coursework. Check with your human resource office.
- Military benefits vary and depend on your military service. Contact Veteran’s Affairs at 1.888.442.4551.
- Scholarships for Military Veterans
- Once you and your family have considered federal loan options, you can view and compare Private Loan Options from lenders that have provided private loans to Warner Pacific students for several years. While these resources will help you and your family make an informed decision about the most appropriate loan for you, please note that you are not required to select a lender on this list.
- Federal Student Aid
- US Department of Education
- National Student Loan Data System (NSLDS)
- Scholarship Resources
- MoneyGeek’s student loan overview
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