Costs and Financial Aid
Students enrolled in Cedarville’s stand-alone nondegree Reading Endorsement program are not eligible for institutional, federal, or state aid. However, students may qualify for personal loans to pay for this program.
Students enrolled in Cedarville's online Master of Education (M.Ed.) program who take reading endorsement courses as electives may receive financial aid. Cedarville's M.Ed. program is a degree program and students are therefore eligible for institutional, federal, and state aid.
Alternative loans are credit-based private loans (not part of the federal government loan program) that are obtained through a lending institution. The amount a student may borrow through an alternative loan is up to the full cost of attendance minus other aid. Cedarville University will process alternative loans from any lender you choose.
Select a lender and complete their online application.
2 Lender will Contact School
After your online application is processed, the lender will contact Cedarville for certification.
3 Loan Funds Disbursed
Loan funds will be disbursed upon loan approval.