Huntington University is a Christian liberal arts college in Indiana

sources of financial aid

 

Grants

 
Award Eligibility Amount Comments
Indiana Grants Indiana Residency • Need Based  $200 to $7,054 FAFSA must be received by federal processor by March 10
Federal Pell Grants Financial Need $400 to $5,550 Federal Grant; Must file FAFSA

Click here for the above grant applications.

Loans

 
Award Eligibility Amount Comments
Federal Direct Loan
Subsidized
Financial Need Up to $3,500 (Freshman)
Up to $4,500 (Sophomore)
Up to $5,500 (Junior and Senior)
Federal funding; Must file FAFSA; 6 month deferment
Federal Direct Loan
Unsubsidized
Non-Need Based Up to $3,500 (Freshman)
Up to $4,500 (Sophomore)
Up to $5,500 (Junior and Senior)
Federal funding; Must file FAFSA; Interest is charged upon disbursement.

Scholarships

 
Award Eligibility Amount Comments
AAUW (formerly American Association of University Women) Women Varies Click here for more information.
American Legion Auxiliary American Legion Member $2,000 Click here for more information.
Back to College.com Varies Varies Click here to search for more scholarships.
Business and Professional Women's Foundation Women Varies Click here for more information.
Clubs/Local Chapters Varies Varies Check with your local chapter of the American Businesswomen's Association, Kiwanis, Rotary and Altrusa. These organizations tend to offer scholarships.
College Scholarships.com Varies Varies Click here to search for more scholarships.
Emerge Scholarships Women $2,000 to $5,000 Click here for more information.
Employer Scholarships Varies Varies Your employer or spouse's employer may offer assistance for your education. Professional Programs has enrolled students who have had this benefit.
Executive Women International Women, chapter members Varies Click here for more information.
Grahame and Thelma Somerville Scholarship Non-Need Based Tuition and Fees Amount Click here (PDF) for more information.
Indiana Grants & Scholarships Financial Need Varies Click here for more information.
IRS Tax Benefits Varies Varies The IRS's Tax Information for Students and IRS Publication 970: Tax Benefits for Education, provide helpful guidance on how to obtain tax benefits for adults returning to school.
Jack Kent Cooke Undergraduate Transfer Scholarship Transfers from 2-year to 4-year college Varies Click here for more information.
Jeannette Rankin Women's Scholarship Fund Low-income women, 35 and older Varies Click here for more information.
Leading the Future II Scholarship 
Undergraduate student
 $200
Click here for more information.
NBNA Scholarship Program 
Members of National Black Nurses Association $500 - $2,000
Click here for more information.
Patsy Takemoto Mink Education Foundation 
Low-income women with children $3,000
Click here for more information.
Talbots Scholarship Women $15,000 or $30,000 Click here for more information.
Veteran Benefits Veterans Varies Available to those who qualify. Eligibility is determined by the Veteran's Administration, and potentially eligible students should contact their local Veteran's Administration representative.

Payment Plans

 
Information Comments
College Three-Payment Plan If you are unable to pay the full amount of tuition at registration, the three-payment installment plan may be used. At registration, you will pay any required fees, 1/3 of the tuition, and a $25 installment plan fee. The second installment will be due the last class of Module 2. The third installment will be due the first class of Module 4. The three-payment installment plan may be used in each semester. A promissory note will be required at registration. Contact the Business Office for payments.
Employer Assisted Payment Plan If your employer will assist you in your educational costs, you may defer payment of tuition by providing documentation from the company prior to registration. This includes a letter on company letterhead or the appropriate company form stating your eligibility and copy of your company policy regarding percentage of tuition and fees covered. You will be required to pay all fees and the Enrollment Deposit as well as to sign a Promissory Note (Employer Assisted Payment Plan) at registration. The College will provide a listing of all charges and notification of your successful completion of program modules according to your employer’s requirements. You agree to expeditiously submit invoices to your employer for reimbursement and pay the college not later than the next class meeting after you have received reimbursement.
Credit Credit cards and personal checks are accepted for payment of tuition and fees.