Cost & Financial Aid

Invest in Your Future

An Alverno graduate degree not only translates to a more profitable future, but one where you'll enjoy a much higher level of career satisfaction. There are a variety of resources available to help you get there.

  • Tuition and Fee Information
    Information on graduate tuition and fees can be found at Student Accounts, or by calling (414) 382-6122
  • Federal Loan Information
    Students are eligible to apply for loans. To qualify for a federal loan, you must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and an Alverno College financial aid form. We encourage all students to complete the FAFSA even if you do not anticipate the need for financial aid at this time. If your situation changes, your information will already be on file. When completing your FAFSA, you should use the most recent year's tax return, regardless of whether you're applying for the fall, spring or summer semester
  • Tuition Reimbursement
    Some employers provide assistance to employees in furthering their education. Check with your employer to see if such a benefit is available to you
  • Private Sources of Aid
    Some private foundations offer financial aid for graduate study. The Web is a good source of information on alternate funding
  • Payment Plans
    If you're unable to make full payment of tuition and fees before classes begin, we offer deferred payment plans. there is no charge for the Electronic Deferred Payment Plan, but there is a $50 charge for all other deferred payment plans. For more information, contact Student Accounts at (414) 382-6122