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Financial Aid

If you want to pursue a degree or certificate program, enhance your career, or enrich your personal life, financial assistance may be available. College of Continuing Education (CCE) students receive funding from many sources to help pay for their education, including grants, scholarships, and other assistance. Consider the following to explore your financial aid options.

Step 1 - Identify Funding Options by Checking Out the Online Financial Resources Wizard

  • The Financial Resources Wizard is an easy, interactive tool to quickly identify funding likely to match your individual situation. Choose different options depending on whether you are:
    • Admitted to a degree or certificate program
    • Enrolled in credit courses and not yet admitted (or not seeking admission) to a program
    • Enrolled in noncredit courses or programs

Step 2 - Apply for CCE Scholarships and Grants

  • Scholarships and grants apply to all CCE courses/programs and admission is not required
  • More than 150 scholarships and grants are awarded annually
  • Awards apply to tuition and required fees and do not need to be repaid
  • Individual awards typically range from $500 to $3,000; or up to the cost of three credits for students admitted to CCE graduate programs
  • Applications are accepted year-round, but deadlines and eligibility requirements differ on the two applications below

Application Forms

Select the application form that matches the education you seek:

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Additional Financial Aid Information

Consider the following if you are admitted to degree and credit-based certificate programs:

Contact Information

If you have any questions, please contact the CCE Information Center at 612-624-4000, 1-800-234-6564 or at cceinfo@umn.edu


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