Does your student want to be a nurse, a scientist, a teacher, an accountant, or a musician…a doctor or a lawyer? Financial need should not be an obstacle to achieving their dreams.
Viterbo University is committed to making a values-based education affordable. Funding is provided from many sources - let our Financial Aid Office assist you with this very important process.
- For all information regarding anticipated costs, scholarships, and need-based aid, we encourage you to visit www.viterbo.edu/affordable. A student/family needs to file the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) to be considered for federal, state, and institutional need-based financial aid programs.
- Scholarships and financial aid are critical to making college affordable. Viterbo offers numerous scholarship opportunities. All first-year students accepted for admission are eligible for an academic scholarship along with other scholarship opportunities before they enroll at Viterbo and while they are enrolled. There is a great deal of scholarship information on our Financial Literacy web page. Additional scholarship information can be found on our Financial Aid website.
- Are you interested in finding out more about how to start the scholarship search process? Watch this 10 minute video on how to begin the search.
We believe every student should graduate with sound financial literacy skills. Our goal is to provide students with the tools and resources necessary to help them understand their finances, develop their money management practices, and to implement an effective financial strategy. See our Financial Literacy webpage for more information and for the link to GradReady, a money management website that helps students learn budgeting and how to manage tuition and bills.
The Parent Portal allows students to grant access to their academic (grades and degree audit) and/or financial information (tuition bill, payment, and financial aid information) to parents, guardians or another responsible party.