Graduate Financial Aid
Find out what support is available to you
Graduate school is an investment in you and your future. At HNU, we are committed to providing personalized support in the planning that makes it achievable. We understand that mapping out your financial plan and navigating your financial aid process can feel overwhelming, which is why our financial aid staff welcomes opportunities to support you.
Don't forget to file your FAFSA
FAFSA stands for the Free Application for Federal Student Aid. Filling out this application is your first step toward finding out if you're eligible for Federal Student Aid.FAFSA Resources File your FAFSA
HNU offers partnership discounts
Holy Names University offers tuition discounts for graduate and adult degree-completion students who are employed by a partner organization. These discounts can be extended to employee spouses and dependents as well.Partnership discounts
Does your employer support continuing education?
Be sure to contact your employer's human resources department to find out if there is financial support available to you for pursuing education.
Educational Therapy Program Scholarships
HNU is offering scholarships starting at 35% to qualified applicants to our Educational Therapy program.Request Information
HNU is now offering a 35% scholarship to qualified MBA students for a limited time. Ask your enrollment counselor for more information.Request Information
Holy Names University is committed to training informed and empowered educators.Teaching Scholarships
Direct Unsubsidized Loans
Once you fill out a FAFSA as a graduate student, HNU's Financial Aid Office will award you with a federal unsubsidized loan (also known as a Stafford Loan). Note that you must meet the eligibility requirements.More info
Direct Graduate Plus Loans
An additional option is a Direct Graduate Plus Loan. These loans can cover the cost of attendance, including your living expenses. Note that the interest rate is higher on these loans and that your credit history will determine your eligibility.Apply on StudentLoans.gov