Financial Assistance for Adult Undergraduate Students

The University of St. Francis is committed to making quality, private higher education affordable!


  • During the 2015-2016 academic year adult undergraduate students received $796,000 in gift assistance from USF, federal, state and outside sources
  • During the 2015-2016 academic year 182 adult undergraduate students borrowed $1,531,000 in loans from the Federal Direct Loan Program for an average of $8,413 per student
  • During the 2015-2016 academic year 89 adult undergraduate students received $293,000 of tuition reimbursement from their employers. (Check your own employer for possible benefits.) USF offers a tuition reimbursement deferment plan for students who use this benefit. Adult undergraduate students can also enroll in our convenient four-payment plan each semester at a cost of $40 per semester

All students should apply for aid using the Free Application for Federal Aid (FAFSA) at

Veterans Administration Education Programs

USF participates in all of the Veterans Administration Education Programs:
  • Chapter 30 (Montgomery GI Bill)
  • Chapter 31 (Vocational Rehabilitation)
  • Chapter 33 (Post 9/11 GI Bill—including Yellow Ribbon)
  • Chapter 35 (Dependents Educational Assistance Program
  • Chapter 1606 (Reserve Education Assistance Program)
  • Chapter 32 (Post Vietnam ERA GI Bill)


USF’s Corporate Partner Education Program

USF offers tuition discounts to adult undergraduate students employed at companies or agencies participating in our Corporate Partner Education Program. (Click here to see list of USF’s current partners.) During 2015-2016
USF granted $168,000 in discounts to 105 adult undergraduate students in these programs. Ask your HR office if your organization participates, or they can contact USF to see how your organization can become one of our corporate partners.


Federal & State Aid Programs for Part-Time and
Degree Completion Students


Adult Undergraduate Scholarship Resources


Other Resources


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