At South University, we don’t want a lack of funding to stop you from professional growth. We want you to succeed, so we offer a number of financial aid options to meet your financial needs.
To those who qualify, federal financial aid is the first option for a student loan. Types of federal financial aid include the following:
In addition to these options, some South University locations offer institutional aid or operate in states where you may apply for state grants. Please refer to our Financial Aid Guide for further information on possible awards, requirements and application processes. Please contact the location of interest for more information.
Please note that state financial aid varies based on the state of residence of the student and where the school is located. While it is not critical that you have applied to and been accepted by the South University campus location of your choice, it is important that you know which location you are planning to attend. It is also helpful to meet with a financial aid officer at that campus location.
You will need to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) online at fafsa.ed.gov. You will need to know the FAFSA code for the South University campus location you are interested in.
Application for financial aid is a yearly process, so you can refer to these financial aid pages to help make sure you stay on track with your financial aid needs throughout the duration of your education program.
Financial aid is available to those who qualify. The following links will help you to understand the financial aid process and how to complete the FAFSA form to receive Federal financial aid:
Financial aid is based on individual financial circumstances. For more information, download the South University Guide to Financial Aid. Please note that the information within these pages is subject to change at any time.
A Veterans Affairs official is available at each of our campuses and online to assist students with benefit information and financial aid options.
South University provides a need-based Institutional Grant to students who demonstrate financial need and are attending as full-time undergraduate students.
Montgomery - 004463
Tampa - 013039
West Palm Beach - E00602
Savannah - 013039
Novi - 013039
High Point - 013039
Cleveland - E02136
Columbia - 004922
Austin - E02135
Richmond - 013039
Virginia Beach - 013039
Online Programs - 013039