Additional Financial Aid Resources
Scholarships & Financial Aid
If students or their family members have been active in any Catholic organizations, or have been educated by a religious community, students are encouraged to inquire with that organization to see if they have a scholarship fund. Many organizations have aid available.
There are opportunities on and off campus for student employment. Preference is given to need-based applicants. For more information about employment options, please contact Student Services, Room 311, 5416 S. Cornell Ave. at (773) 371-5402 or by email at email@example.com.
U.S. Federal Loans
Sponsored by the federal government, U.S. federal loans offer low interest rates and flexible repayment options. U.S. lay students, diocesan clergy, and resident aliens studying for degrees must be enrolled at least half-time to apply for a loan. Further information about federal student financial assistance can be accessed on CTU's federal student financial aid page.
Tuition and fees are due on the first day of the semester. A thirty-day grace period is allowed prior to late fee charges. If you would like to inquire about payment plan options, please contact CTU's Business Office, Room 315, 5416 S. Cornell Ave. at (773) 371-5407 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
External Financial Aid Resources
For More Information
Fund for Theological
Fund Source Database for Fellowships
Guggenheim Dissertation Fellowships
John F. Kennedy Library
Paul & Daisy Soros Fellowships
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