The primary purpose of the financial aid programs at Saint Anthony College of Nursing is to provide financial assistance within its available resources to those students who, without such assistance, would not be able to attend.
To apply for financial aid at Saint Anthony College of Nursing, a student must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). For additional information, please contact:
Financial Aid/Alumni Resources Officer
5658 E. State Street
Rockford, Illinois 61108-2468
School Code: 009987
The financial aid programs available at the College include grants, tuition waivers*, loans, and scholarships. Students may contact the Financial Aid Office concerning eligibility questions, procedures, application forms, and additional financial information. Please refer to the college's Standards of Academic Progress for Graduate Students Receiving Financial Aid.
*Always check with your employer to see what type of tuition reimbursement you and/or your parents may qualify for.
Illinois Voter's Registration
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Rockford Board of Elections
301 South 6th Street
Rockford, IL 61104
Federal Direct Loans
- Direct Loan (subsidized - need based) Effective July 1, 2012, Graduate students will not be eligible for the Federal Direct Subsidized Loan.
- Direct Loan (unsubsidized - non-need based) Accepted graduate students may borrow a maximum of $20,500 Federal Unsubsidized funds or $10,250.00 per semester. You must be enrolled in at least six credits to be eligible for the Unsubsidized Loan. THIS PROGRAM REQUIRES THAT THE STUDENT BE RESPONSIBLE FOR THE INTEREST WHILE IN SCHOOL.
U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs
Saint Anthony College of Nursing has been approved to provide Veterans Education Benefits by the State Approving Agency for Veterans Education, Illinois Department of Veteran Affairs. For more information regarding the education benefits, please contact the Financial Aid Office.
Employee Tuition Reimbursement Programs
A $300.00 deposit is required, at registration, if you defer any portion of your tuition. If a class(s) is dropped the deferment status may change.
If your employer offers tuition or educational reimbursement, we will defer that amount until the end of the semester, upon employer notification. You will be required to pay the remaining balance above the benefit reimbursement, by the first day of class. The deferred balance will be due, in full, 30 days after grades are posted. It is the student's responsibility to submit the required documents to their Human Resource Department. The reimbursement benefit is usually paid to the student directly. Balances not paid within the 30 days will be subject to the 1% monthly interest charge.