Tuition, Financial Aid and Scholarships, Bryan College of Health Sciences

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Tuition, Financial Aid and Scholarships

Bryan College of Health Sciences offers a variety of programs so you can become a successful health care professional at an affordable cost. We also award scholarships and help students obtain financial aid if eligible. Our friendly financial aid team is here to help you understand how you can achieve your dreams with Bryan College of Health Sciences.

Grants & Scholarships:

Unlike a student loan, grants and scholarships are free money that do not need to be repaid.

  • Grants are a need-based form of financial aid given to a student to help pay for their college expenses. This can include Federal Pell Grants and State Grants (i.e. Nebraska Opportunity Grant)
    • Federal Pell Grant eligibility is determined by completion of the FAFSA and SAINT FA Online
    • Nebraska Opportunity Grants may be awarded to Nebraska residents that meet a minimum EFC (as determined by the Financial Aid Office and the student’s FAFSA)
  • Scholarships may be awarded to you if you show academic excellence, involvement, leadership or are in need. Learn what scholarships are available.

Loans:

Loans are a type of payment given, but they must be repaid to the lender following graduation. This can include:

In comparing loan types, you may find these charts helpful:

Apply for Financial Aid

If you wish to apply for financial aid, complete the FAFSA and SAINT Student Online each school year

  1. Complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)

    • Bryan College of Health Sciences TITLE IV code is 006399
    • Deadline for priority financial aid funding is May 1 for students enrolled for the fall semester and October 1 for students starting in the spring semester
  2. Complete SAINT Student

Current students click here for steps on viewing your current bill

A Guide to Applying for FAFSA

The 2021-22 FAFSA is live and available at fafsa.ed.gov and via the FAFSA mobile app. To make the process go smoothly, gather the needed documents. For more information, see EducationQuest.


If you need an Enrollment Verification Letter for your Scholarship Provider or Loan Servicer, please fill out the Records Release Form.

For assistance with your 529 plan, please reference this College Savings Plan Guide.

Questions About Cost?

maggie hackwith

Maggie Hackwith

Financial Aid Director

402-481-8705

Email

Schedule an Appointment

If you prefer to meet virtually through Zoom, please email us after you select your time.

Primary contact for current students with last name A-K.

**All Graduate/Professional students: Contact Maggie with your questions!

Brigid Vail

Brigid Vail

Assistant Financial Aid Director

402-481-8984

Email

Schedule an Appointment

If you prefer to meet virtually through Zoom, please email us after you select your time.

Primary contact for current students with last name L-Z.

**First-time Freshman/Transfer Undergraduate students: Contact Brigid with your questions!

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