Financial Aid Tools
The decision as to how you’ll finance your studies is important. We want you to be knowledgeable about the cost of your education and comfortable in your decision to pursue your education and training at Sanford-Brown.
To help you plan an education budget and to determine how much financial aid you may qualify for, we have provided links to several useful calculators. These are tools to get you started, so if you have questions along the way, please contact a Sanford-Brown finance representative. We’re here to help you explore options and help you find the best one for you.
To learn more about Sanford-Brown, our career-focused programs or how to apply for admission, please contact us for more information.
Financial aid is available for those who qualify.
Get a quick estimate of your program costs/financial aid with our easy-to-use calculator.
Click here to learn more.
All loans must be repaid, even if you leave Sanford Brown or do not complete a degree program, This calculator is designed to help you see and plan for your repayment obligations.
Click here to access the calculator on the U.S. Department of Education website.
This calculator is provided by the federal government in conjunction with the Federal Consolidated Loan (or Federal Direct Consolidation Loan), which is designed to simplify loan repayment and may lower your monthly payment.
Click here to access the calculator on the Foundation for Educational Services website.
Financial aid funds are made available for purposes directly related to obtaining an education at Sanford-Brown. Students who withdraw or are dismissed from the school are responsible for repayment of any financial aid awarded to them.
Please click here for details.
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