Financial Aid

As both an approved and accredited institution, Bryan University participates in various federal and state financial aid programs to make post-secondary education affordable for all students. Because every individual’s financial situation is unique, the University assigns a Financial Aid Advisor to each student. The advisor will provide a financial aid review, discuss the financial aid application, and inform the student of all necessary deadlines.

Depending on financial status, students may qualify for federal and state grants, federal loans, and private financing. Whereas grants are considered gift aid and no repayment is necessary, students receiving financial aid in the form of loans are solely responsible for repaying the loan amount plus interest.

All Title IV HEA loans will be reported to the National Student Loan Data System for Students (NSLDS) and will be accessible by authorized agencies, lenders, and institutions. This includes both parent and student loans.

Satisfactory academic progress (SAP) is mandatory to ensure continued financial aid (grants and federal loans made available through Title IV funding) throughout the completion of the curriculum at Bryan University.

Students and applicants may also obtain required Truth in Lending disclosures and Title IV disclosures from the Financial Aid Office.