Financial aid for your Doctorate of Chiropractic studies will be a vastly different journey than that of your undergraduate degree.
As a graduate student you no longer qualify for gift aid such as the Pell Grant and Direct Subsidized Loans, however you may qualify for several institutional and outside scholarships, which are not required to be repaid. Additionally we offer Federal Work Study to students who are interested.
Graduate students are also able to borrow Direct Unsubsidized Loans offered by the U.S. Department of Education at a higher amount to help cover the cost of their education.
Cleveland University-Kansas City has Financial Aid Specialists dedicated to helping you navigate funding specific to our graduate students.
Applying for financial aid and scholarships can seem overwhelming. Our financial aid specialists will help you evaluate the cost of your education, including how to finance it through scholarships and Federal Student Aid programs. We can also assist you in determining your eligibility and in applying for financial aid.
To begin the financial aid process:
Don’t let money stand in the way of your dreams. From scholarships to student loans – our financial aid specialists are fluent in the language of “I need help paying for my education.” We will help you find a way, be it federally-funded assistance, state-supported grants or loans.
Phone: (913) 234-0736
Financial Aid Office, 2nd Floor
10850 Lowell Avenue
Overland Park, KS, 66210
Hours: Monday — Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
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