Most of our students don’t pay the sticker price for a Creighton education. With the help of financial aid, we make our tuition more affordable. Creighton offers need-based and merit-based scholarships every year, as well as low-interest loans and grants. In fact, 99% of our incoming freshmen receive some form of financial aid from Creighton.
Ranked by the U.S. News & World Report as a Best Value school, there’s no better way to invest in your future than at Creighton. We believe all qualified students, regardless of their financial circumstances, should be able to learn with us. That’s why we do everything possible to support you through the financial aid process.
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Application Process for Financial Aid
To apply for financial aid at Creighton, just follow our five easy steps. Admitted applicants should apply ASAP, and current students should apply as soon as the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) became available on October 1.
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Find Out More
For additional information about tuition, billing, and student loans, please visit the Creighton University Business Office. For students eligible for veterans benefits please learn more about Creighton’s commitment to veterans and their families. You can find answers to common financial aid questions by reviewing the PDF slideshow.
"Creighton University and the Heider College of Business clearly exemplify the Jesuit mission of producing ethical leaders who are not only respected and influential in the business community, but who also use their influence to promote justice and improve the world. The University's focus on the whole student is consistent with the positive impact I strive to have on my students." — Sijing Wei, PhD Assistant Professor / Accounting