You may be wondering how you'll pay for an advanced degree and still afford your living expenses. We are committed to helping you borrow responsibly to cover these costs. 

Loans are a reality for most graduate and professional students, and we help you navigate the borrowing process from application to repayment. We help you to be a wise consumer, encouraging you to borrow responsibly. We urge you to seek advice from our Student Financial Services Office.

Learn More about student loans

Scholarships and Grants

Grants and scholarships are “gift aid”—meaning the money does not have to be repaid. Some programs may require you to serve a specified term. Others may be monies you receive from institutional, federal, state or private sources. 

Learn More about scholarships and grants

Tuition Payment Plan

One option to finance your UNE education is to determine a manageable monthly amount that you can afford to pay and to contact Sallie Mae to set up an interest-free Tuition Payment Plan.

File the FAFSA

The 2020–2021 FAFSA is now available! Use your 2018 tax information to complete your FAFSA for the 2020–2021 school year. Are you ready to file?

File the FAFSA here.

Please be sure to use your FSA ID to login and sign your FAFSA.

Create an FSA ID here.


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