Never has there been a more critical-or a more challenging-time for deliberate and strategic career planning. In times of economic uncertainty, possibly the best investment you can make is in your education, and in the professional credentials that can lay the groundwork for your future.
The time is right for you to pursue your dream, and we are here to help it happen. Financial aid is available and The Chicago School Financial Aid Office is committed to helping identify the opportunities, understand the options, and make the choices that are right for you.
While we feel certain that your degree will be worth every penny you spend, both in terms of professional satisfaction and increased income. We want you to be prepared. Contact us, and let us help.
- Phone or In-Person Consultations: Our financial aid counselors are available to answer questions for both new and continuing students, to explore both the pros and cons of various financial aid options, and to help you build the most appropriate plan for you. Appointments are available from 9:00 am. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. We recommend making an appointment to guarantee your time, walk-ins will be accommodated Monday through Thursday.
- Informational Workshops: Our financial aid staff hosts regular seminars or webinars on topics such as budgeting, loans and scholarships, loan forgiveness programs, and even hands-on workshops at which our staff will help you complete your FAFSA paperwork to apply for federal student loans.
Most students rely on a combination of scholarships, fellowships, student loans, and paid employment (either inside or outside of the school) to finance their graduate degrees. Learn about funding options.
The Chicago School of Professional Psychology's Financial Aid department is dedicated to the highest standards of professional conduct, and therefore has adopted and adheres to the guidelines of ethical conduct proffered by of the National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators (NASFAA). As members of NASFAA, The Chicago School has permission to make such an adoption.
You may contact Financial Aid by calling 800.684.2890 or by email for any questions or to set-up an appointment.