Types of Aid

As a ResU student, you may be eligible for one or more Financial Aid programs

Paying for college is a challenge. At Resurrection University, we understand and we do our best to help. We’re upfront about our tuition and fees. We provide budgeting tools to help you gain a clear picture of the costs involved. Most important of all, we offer the assistance you need to manage the many financial aid options that are available to Resurrection University students. We know paying for education is difficult. Resurrection University is committed to helping you through the process.

You have many options when it comes to financial aid, and at Resurrection University, we will do our best to help you understand the different programs and successfully apply for aid. A full 68% of our students receive financial aid, so explore your options and find the program that is best for you.

Financial Aid Handbook

Contact the Financial Aid Office

Phone: 773-252-6446

Email: financialaid@resu.edu

For information regarding Cost of Attendance, visit our Cost of Attendance Review page.

Overview of the Financial Aid Process

Additional Financial Aid Videos

To view a full list of financial aid videos, visit: https://studentaid.ed.gov/sa/resources
Types of Aid

Grants

Federal, State, and Institutional grants are awarded based on financial need and are considered gift aids – they do not have to be repaid if the required eligibility is met.

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Loans

ResU participates in the Federal William D. Ford Direct Loan Program. Eligible students and parents borrow directly from the U.S. Department of Education. Private loans are also available.

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Student Employment

The Federal Work Study Program (FWSP) is a financial need based program for undergraduate and graduate students interested in working while attending school to meet some of their educational expenses.

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Scholarships

Scholarships are considered gift aids – they do not have to be repaid if the required eligibility is met. Scholarships are awarded based on financial need, community service, and/or merit.

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