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Tuition & Financial Aid

College Financial Aid

Continue your education and make sound financial decisions while minimizing debt. Our Financial Aid Office and our Financial Aid Promise help ensure you get personal guidance and support in deciding what’s the best way to pay for your college education.

We’ll help you understand -- and take advantage of -- federal, state, local and Franklin-only scholarships and financial aid, as well as make sure you know what financial aid is, how it works, when to apply for FAFSA, how to apply for scholarships, and a whole lot more.

Financial Aid Office

Tuition & Fees

Associate & Bachelor’s Degrees

$509/credit hour

Master’s Degrees

$659/credit hour

Doctoral Degrees

$719/credit hour

Our tuition rates reflect the total cost per hour. We’re committed to helping you maximize your investment start-to-finish with our generous transfer credit policy, accelerated programs and a quality education that helps you advance your career.

Applying for Financial Aid

Our Financial Aid counselors are committed to helping you get the funds you need to pay for your college education. Get a clear, step-by-step understanding of the financial aid process, including financial aid eligibility, how to get financial aid, and when and how to apply for the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). 

Types of Aid

Paying for college can be challenging enough -- without having to make sense of the hoop-jumping that usually comes with financial aid and tuition assistance. Franklin can clear up the confusion and help you understand the many different options you have for funding your education.

Federal & State Aid

Available from the federal government and through state agencies, each financial assistance program has its own eligibility and other requirements. Let us help you find the federal and state financial aid funding that’s right for you.

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Scholarships

We offer of our own college scholarships (translation: free tuition dollars), ranging from merit- to military-based. And we’ll point you in the direction of scholarships that may be available to you from sources outside of the University.

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Institutional Aid & Private Loans

There may be even more options than you know for financing your college education. We can help you understand when and how institutional aid or private student loans are right for filling in your funding gap.

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Payment Options

At Franklin, there are other ways to pay for your college education besides financial aid. Installment payment plans, deferred tuition reimbursement, and direct company billing make it easier and more convenient for you to pay your tuition in a way that fits your life and finances.

Financial Aid Resources

Our Financial Aid counselors are committed to helping you get the funds you need to pay for your college education. Get a clear, step-by-step understanding of the financial aid process, including financial aid eligibility, how to get financial aid, and when and how to apply for the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).