Continuing Education at Aquinas College

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    Continuing Education Students

Continuing Education Students

Aquinas is committed to making your education affordable. Between the Welcome discount, federal and state grants, Federal Direct loans, scholarships, employer tuition reimbursement, and a host of other programs, this investment in your future could cost a lot less than you’d imagine. And, Aquinas makes financing your education even easier with payment plans.

Scholarships and Discounts for Post-Traditional Learners
Learn more information on Aquinas' scholarships and discounts for post-traditional learners, including the Ada Business Association Discount, the John F. Donnelly Scholarship, the Hruby Scholarship, the West Michigan Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Discount, the Wyoming-Kentwood Area Chamber of Commerce Discount and more.

Endowed Scholarships
Find out more information about Aquinas scholarships and learn how you can apply.

Diocesan Tuition Reduction
Aquinas College continues to partner with the Diocese to offer those associated with the Diocese extraordinary reductions off normal tuition rates.

Outside Scholarships
Learn about non-Aquinas scholarships you may be eligible for.  Application information and deadlines are available online and at the Financial Aid Office located in Hruby Hall, Lower Level, Room 34.

Payment Plans
There are a number of ways you can pay.

Federal Grants
This program, designed to be the base of all financial awards, grants assistance to eligible part-time or full-time students as determined by federal need analysis guidelines. All adult students who have not received an undergraduate baccalaureate degree are encouraged to apply.

Federal Teach Grant
A grant is available for Education students who plan to teach full-time in high-need subject areas at low-income schools.

Loan programs help students pay the cost of their education. Loan eligibility is determined by a federally approved formula based on family income and determined need according to the FAFSA.

Other Assistance
Find out what other tuition assistance programs/options are available for incoming AQ students.

Michigan Grants
For Michigan residents. Grants are available from the State of Michigan for students with financial need (as determined by the FAFSA) to attend private colleges.

Education Tax Benefits
IRS information regarding various credits and deductions.

Financial Aid Handbook 2022-23
Financial aid information specifically for Aquinas students.

Student Right-To-Know Information
Students have rights to know information.

Links to secure online forms and downloadable pdfs. Includes: the Independent Verification Worksheet and more.