Cost of Attendance and

Financial Aid

Committed to making education affordable to students.

At PCOM, we are committed to making our education affordable for students. In recent years we have been able to lower our rate of tuition increase, even amid rapidly rising tuition rates at many of the nation’s other professional schools, thereby reducing the burdens on our students.

Our Office of Financial Aid understands your education is a significant investment. We also understand that the financial aid process is complex and can be overwhelming. Thus, we’re committed to helping you navigate the process, providing all the guidance and information you need — including types of aid, how to apply for aid, application deadlines, debt management counseling, and more.

Our professional advisors will work with you to review your individual needs. We’ll help you explore any and all options — from scholarships to grants to loans — in order to maximize your funding sources and minimize your debt.

 

Cost of Attendance

Learn about the cost of attendance for your academic program.

 

Financial Aid Resources

Our Financial Aid Overview sheet provides the essentials you need to know about the financial aid process: important dates, tips and resources on applying for financial aid.

Our Financial Aid Handbook, printed annually by the PCOM Office of Financial Aid, provides an overview of the financial aid office’s processes and policies, as well as information on various loan and scholarship resources.

 

Financial Aid Options

Learn about various financial aid options available to PCOM students.

OVERVIEW Our Financial Aid Overview Sheet provides the essentials: important dates, tips, and resources on applying for financial aid for the upcoming 2013-2014 academic year.
HANDBOOK Financial Aid Handbook: Processes and Resources for Financing Your Education (2013-2014) provides numerous sources for grants and scholarships and can answer many of your financial aid questions.
FITT We have created the Financial Information for Today and Tomorrow (F.I.T.T.) program to help you understand the benefits of borrowing less today as well as how to develop a positive financial plan for tomorrow.
NSLDS The Department of Education’s NSLDS website displays all federal student loans (Stafford, PLUS, or Perkins) borrowed while in undergraduate, graduate, and professional school. More importantly, it provides the student with the name of the loan servicer for those federal student loans.

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