Professional students often face the highest tuition rates of any student group. In addition, many of
those who are enrolled in law, medical, engineering, and business programs are no longer financially
dependent on parents.
Most Professional students must finance their living expenses (housing, food, transportation, etc.) in addition to their tuition, fees, books and other student-related costs. Finally, they are also more likely to need additional financing for examination registration costs, exam-related preparatory materials, and to underwrite the costs of internships and apprenticeships.
Like other graduate students, professional students are often eligible for scholarships and grants, through the programs in which they enroll and especially from professional and community organizations in fields related to their studies.
They are also eligible for certain types of federal funding, particularly the PLUS loan.
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Collegiate Funding has resources to help the professional student navigate these additional financial burdens.
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