Completing your undergraduate degree as an adult can be challenging for several reasons, but paying for school may be easier than you think.
Bradley’s online degree completion programs offer a financially accessible, high-quality education as you build on your experience to earn a bachelor’s degree at your pace. At Bradley, you’ll benefit from an affordable tuition rate, including all course fees. Your only additional costs are for books and materials.
A $200 nonrefundable tuition deposit is required to confirm enrollment. If you need to defer admission, Bradley will transfer your deposit to the following term. If you defer enrollment more than once — or decide not to participate in the program — you forfeit the deposit.
We know that paying to finish your education is a worry. As a nontraditional student, you may be eligible for federal or state grants and loans specifically for returning and/or part-time students.
The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is your starting point for all federal and state student financial assistance. There are no age restrictions on federal aid, though some types require you to demonstrate financial need.
You must submit a new FAFSA each academic year. Because there are limited funds, make sure to apply as early as you can.
Private organizations and other entities also offer grants or aid specifically for nontraditional students. The internet is a valuable resource to help you find the types of student financial assistance available for your circumstances.