Entering a graduate program is a major decision. One of the biggest concerns for potential students is the financial consideration. Whether or not you have applied for financial aid before as an undergraduate student, I know it can be challenging.
You may have questions, and my office is here to provide you with answers. My staff is professional, experienced, and friendly. Each student at Neumann University is assigned a financial assistance counselor.
Financial aid for Neumann University’s graduate programs primarily consists of fixed-rate federal student loans. Students must complete a current FAFSA and be registered at least half-time in a degree seeking program to be eligible for federal loans. Certification programs are not eligible for federal loans, unless combined with a degree. It is also important to remember that you must renew your FAFSA each year if you wish to utilize the federal loans.
As you progress through the financial aid process, it is important to read all correspondence from our office. Most of the communications you receive from our office request or explain information that is related to the receipt of your financial aid. These communications are sent to your Neumann University email address.
Neumann University is committed to your investment. We are honored to be part of your academic journey and wish you success in your pursuit of a graduate degree.
Eileen M. Tucker
Director of Financial Assistance
Tuition and costs for Neumann University graduate programs vary by degree. For more information about specific graduate programs, please visit the Business Office website or contact the Graduate Studies Admission Office.
Tuition bills are emailed each semester and are administered by the Business office.
Neumann University is an “opt out” school regarding federal student loans. If a student does not want to accept the federal loans, they need to complete a Federal Loan Opt-Out Form and submit it to the Financial Assistance Office.
Students who are reimbursed by an employer may be eligible to receive an extension for payment if they have been enrolled at the University in the preceding semester. In addition to signing an Employer Reimbursement Agreement, a letter from the employer indicating that the student will receive this benefit must be submitted each semester. To enroll please complete the Employer Reimbursement Agreement and submit to the Business Office via email to the Bursar - firstname.lastname@example.org or fax to the Business Office at 610-558-5631.
Neumann University Installment Payment Plan offers an alternative to making large lump sum payments each semester and allows students to spread their balance out into monthly installments with no interest. The plan is offered by Neumann University through their servicing partner, Tuition Options. To enroll please print and complete the NU Installment Payment Plan and include the $60.00 processing fee. Once this is received by the Business Office the student will receive an email to complete the payment plan enrollment online.
For more information and to confirm the deadlines for payment, please visit the Business Office website.