We know the education you receive here will be one of the best investments of your life. Covenant School of Nursing and Allied Health Financial Aid Office serves as a central point of reference for students who need assistance with various financial aid programs.
At Covenant School of Nursing and Allied Health, we make every effort to help you put together a financial aid package that's right for you. Financial aid may be in the form of:
- Federal Pell Grants
- Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grants (FSEOG)
- Federal Direct Loan programs
- Part-time work opportunities
- Covenant Health's HealthTraxx
- South Plains Workforce Solutions
- Lubbock Catholic Family Services
- Veteran's benefits
Are you working at Covenant?
Working at Covenant is more than a job. It's the beginning of a great career. We'd like to help you go to school and we want you to work with us at Covenant Health after you graduate. Covenant provides a pre-approved Health Care Education Program called HealthTraxx.
To receive assistance from federal student aid programs, students must meet the following conditions:
- Be a U.S. citizen or an eligible non-citizen
- Have a Social Security number
- Have a high school diploma or General Education Development (GED) certificate
- Demonstrate financial need
- Be enrolled as a student
- Make satisfactory academic progress and be in good standing
- Register with the selective service, if required
Don't hesitate to contact the financial aid office with your financial aid questions.
Covenant School of Nursing and Allied Health's Title IV Institution Code is 014107.
Financial Aid Office
1919 Frankford Ave
Lubbock, Texas 79407-1704
If you need help financing your education, Covenant School of Nursing and Allied Health encourages you to apply for federal aid.
- Fill out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Use the Covenant School of Nursing and Allied Health school code #014107 on the application.
- Complete the Financial Aid Student Data Form; email it to Sue Hendrix or mail it to:
Financial Aid Officer
1919 Frankford Ave
Lubbock, TX 79407
- If requesting a loan, students must complete the following requirements before loans will be awarded. Please go to studentloans.gov to complete the following task.
- Complete Entrance Counseling for Covenant School of Nursing and Allied Health or other Institution.
- Complete a Direct Loan Application Master Promissory Note for Covenant School of Nursing and Allied Health.
- Fall: June 15
- Spring: November 1
Scholarships are a great way to help finance your education at Covenant School of Nursing and Allied Health. These programs give you funding that you don’t have to pay back after completing school.
Covenant School of Nursing and Allied Health offers scholarships to the majority of our current students. To be considered, the student must be in good standing and submit an application with all necessary documentation. The student will also be evaluated on their academic ability and clinical skills. Scholarship applications are posted to our current students thru our learning management system (Edvance360) from the Financial Aid Office.
Many other organizations offer grant and scholarship programs to nursing students. We encourage you to research grant and scholarship information on the Internet. For example, use a scholarship search engine like Fast Web.
Be sure to not overlook associations that you or your family have with churches, civic groups or employers. We urge you to use caution when utilizing a scholarship search firm that charges a fee. You are likely to be equally successful searching on your own.
Selected programs of study at Covenant School of Nursing and Allied Health are approved by the Texas Veterans Commission for enrollment of those eligible to receive benefits under Section 3676, Chapters 30 or 32, Title 38. Determinations for Texas Veteran’s Commission (TVC) funds are made directly through the Texas Veteran’s Commission. Additional funding may be obtained for eligible candidates through many different programs including;
- Texas Workforce Commission
- Department of Assistive and Rehabilitative Services (DARS)
- Private Scholarship funds
The determinations for these funds are made through the respective organizations. Covenant School of Nursing and Allied Health DOES NOT participate in the Hazelwood Act.
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