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Financial Aid

The tuition and fees for University College is established each spring by the Board of Trustees.

The tuition charges for part-time adult students are significantly lower than full-time traditional students at Widener University.It is the responsibility of each adult student to work with the bursar’s office to pay their bills. 

The University is not required to refund tuition and fee payments to students who fail to officially cancel their registration, or withdraw in the required time period.

The following types of financial aid resources may be available to you, depending on your circumstances:

Loans

Borrowed money that you must repay with interest.

  • Federal Direct Loans
  • Federal Direct Parent Loan for Undergraduate Students (PLUS)
  • Federal Perkins Loan
  • Alternative Loans

Grants

Aid that you do not have to repay, usually need-based.

  • Federal Pell Grant
  • Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant (FSEOG)
  • State Grants

Scholarships

Aid that you do not have to repay; usually merit-based.

    • University College Academic Scholarships
    • Other University Scholarships
    • Private Scholarships
      • The Charlotte Newcombe Scholarship
      • The Edith Hannum Scholarship
      • University College General Adult Scholarship
      • The Widener Way Scholarship

Work Study & Other Student Employment

  • Federal Work Study
  • Institutional Employment