Focused on our students’ future, last year our Office of Financial Aid awarded $64,000 from a growing list of 52 scholarships, and helped Parker University students apply for more than $23MM in federal financial assistance.
From veteran’s benefits to deferring student loans while enrolled at Parker, and all points in between, our financial aid coordinators provide front-line service to achieve your goals – leaving you free to focus on the learning experience ahead.
Parker University offers a variety of merit and need based scholarships for new and returning students.
Parker is dedicated to assisting you through the entire application process and answering any questions you may have along the way.
Parker University offers many options to help fund your education. Most students are eligible to receive financial aid, and nearly all of our students receive some form of assistance.
Financial Aid is available for those who qualify
The Office of Financial Aid at Parker University is committed to helping you understand all of the resources available to fund your education at Parker. Our office provides assistance to qualified students who need financial help to pursue their education. Students have access to a variety of options to assist in financing their education. Financial aid is intended to supplement, not replace, family resources — the primary responsibility of funding rests with families and students.
It’s never too early to begin exploring financial aid options. We encourage future and current students to start investigating as soon as possible.
You can begin investigating your financial aid options at any time – the sooner the better! Follow these three easy steps and get a head start on understanding financial aid options available to you.
Please review your applications to ensure all required information is complete before submitting. Once we receive all of your applications and you have been accepted into Parker University, we begin the awarding process.
Net Price Calculator
Using the net price calculator, you can find out your eligibility for financial aid and estimate your out-of-pocket expenses.