Learn your aid options
Higher education is one of the most rewarding ways to invest in yourself—and your future. We wholeheartedly believe in value, and at Clarke University we make your investment worth every cent.
Consider us your aid ambassadors. We will review your situation and help you create an action plan for financing your education, advising and helping you every step of the way.
As a private institution, we are able to offer a variety of forms of financial assistance, which means that 100% of Clarke students receive financial aid. Some of the many different aid opportunities available include merit scholarships, athletic talent, and fine arts awards, federal and state aid, undergraduate student loans, and federal work-study or campus employment.
Financial Aid for Graduate Students
Undergraduate Student Loans
Sometimes federal, state and institutional gift aid do not provide enough funding to meet all educational expenses. For students needing additional assistance, funding is also available through student loans. Borrowed funds are then paid back to the lender in installments. For available loan options, click on the links below.
Graduate Student Loans
Since graduate students do not qualify for federal or state grant aid, some graduate students need additional assistance through student loans. Borrowed funds are then paid back to the lender in installments. For available loan options, click on the links below.
Clarke Payment Plans
Clarke’s Student Accounts Office offers several payment plan options. Payment plans begin in early August for fall and early January for spring. Employer reimbursement is a payment option. Payment plans can be accessed through your MyInfo. The costs of books, supplies, and individual expenses are not part of the payment plans. For further information click here.