At the University of Providence, we are committed to helping make college affordable by our generous financial aid program.
Nearly 96 percent of all students attending UP receive some type of financial assistance including scholarships, loans, and grants to lower their cost of tuition.
Our financial services team evaluates every admitted student on an individual basis to determine the best financial package we can offer our students. We take the time to consider individual circumstances and how UP can make your college education affordable.
At UP, we offer financial assistance in many different forms including university scholarships, federal grants, student employment, and student loans.
We encourage all eligible students to complete a FAFSA (Free Application For Student Aid) at www.fafsa.gov. This is the Federal Application for financial assistance. Here at UP, we use the information provided on the FAFSA to consider a student for additional financial assistance.
The Argo Advantage sets the University of Providence apart from other schools with our exceptional commitment to affordability, value and student success. It ensures that University of Providence students graduate on time and career-ready, as skilled and ethical leaders ready to help shape a better world.
Federal Work-Study is a funding option under our student employment program. FWS is offered to students on a first come-first serve need based criteria. Students work a part time job on campus or for approved off-campus employers and earn a bi-weekly paycheck.
We understand the financial aid process can be confusing. There are just a few simple steps to follow to see how much financial aid we can offer you.
At the University of Providence, we welcome all active duty members, veterans, and dependents and will assist you in using your tuition assistance and veteran’s benefits to pay for school.
The University of Providence offers in house payment plans to our students. Payment plans can be set up in the secure portal of Argo Express each semester. There is a one-time fee of $45 to set the payment plan up each semester, but no additional interest or fees are charged once the plan is set up.
Scholarships from the University of Providence is the primary source of funding used to assist students with meeting their educational costs. Many university scholarship funds originate as gifts from individuals and corporations. We offer scholarships in several different ways.