Paying for College
The Financial Aid Office administers federal, state, and institutional aid programs to qualified students. To receive financial aid, qualified students must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). U.S. citizens, lawful permanent residents and qualifying non-citizens are eligible for federal financial aid.
Find more information on the Financial Aid Office!
University of Memphis Scholarships
The University of Memphis offers a number of selective scholarships to current and incoming students, including adult and transfer students. For more information, visit the Scholarship Office page.
The Adult Scholarship is a highly selective scholarship program designed to help adult students reach their education goals. This scholarship is available to students who are 25+ years old and who meet the eligibility requirements.
The Community Foundation of Greater Memphis offers scholarships for adult learners. The deadline for applications is June 1, 2018.
Working on Campus
Working on campus is an option that can provide flexibility for an already busy student. Federal Work Study (FWS) is a need-based Financial Aid award available to students who qualify based on their FAFSA. Regular Student Employment (RSE) offers on-campus, part-time jobs to students who do not qualify for FWS.
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Students aged 60 and above may audit course without paying tuition charges. Students aged 65 and above may enroll in college courses for credit at half-have of the normal fee, not to exceed $70 per semester.
Find more information on the Senior Discount!
The Installment Payment Plan (IPP) is offered for qualified students during the fall and spring semesters.
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Company Pay/Third-Party Billing
If your employer provides tuition support, they may be able to pay the University directly for your tuition.
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Find out if your employer offers this option!
Both Veterans Educational Benefits & Certification (VEBC) and Veterans & Military Student Services (VMSS) are here to help you.If you have questions about your educational benefits, contact VEBC at 901.678-2996 or firstname.lastname@example.org. If you have questions about getting involved with VMSS or the Student Veteran Organization (SVO), contact VMSS at 910.678.4269 or email@example.com.