You Can Afford GGU

As a nonprofit university, our goal is to ensure that high-quality education is available to everyone. At GGU, we have a dedicated team of financial aid counselors who will help make GGU affordable. We can help you find scholarships, grants and loans. We also create customized financial plans that fit your unique situation. Even if you think you might not qualify for financial assistance, you should still explore your options—you may be surprised.

Cost & Affordability

Can I Receive Financial Aid?

More than half of all GGU students receive financial aid through grants, scholarships and federal aid. In addition, GGU is among the top 15 percent of universities nationwide that provide tuition benefits for qualifying veterans. Our goal is to help all students afford a GGU education by removing financial barriers.

"I’m using my post-9/11 GI Bill to go to school, and so many people have helped me along the way. The University Registrar, Veterans Affairs and my academic counselor have always been willing to take a meeting, email, or phone call."

Simon Lee
(MBA 20)

What Kind of Financial Help is Available?

There are several types of financial aid that you may qualify for:

Grants are need-based awards that don't have to be repaid. You can receive grants from the federal government and GGU.

Scholarships are merit-based awards that don't have to be repaid. You can receive scholarship awards from the federal government and GGU.

Loans are money borrowed from the federal government or a private lender that need to be repaid after a certain time period.

If you are currently working, your company may also offer tuition benefits. They may pay for part or all of your degree or certificate program. Contact your company's human resource or employee benefits department to see if they can help with your costs.

Contact our Financial Aid office if you have more questions.