The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is a form that can be prepared annually by current and prospective college students (undergraduate and graduate) seeking admission into traditional programs open to the general public in the United States to determine their eligibility for public funding. FAFSA is offered through the U.S. Federal government to help provide funding for educational expenses to those who qualify, paid from public funds.

All nursing programs offered through Erudite Nursing Institute? are privately funded being nontraditional and accelerated programs which are not available to the general public. Thus, public funds are not accepted.

In other words, ENI does not accept FAFSA or any other form of tax-payer and/or public funding through the U.S. Federal or State governments. To the contrary, all available funding for ENI programs are provided from private sources ranging from private banks and lenders (loans) to community organizations and churches (scholarships, grants, etc.).

 

The following educational funding options are available:

  • Scholarships
  • Payment Plans
  • Students Loans
  • Grants

Funding awards are based on several factors depending on the type of funding for which the student has applied. Factors such as annual household income, employment status, and credit worthiness may be used to determine the extent of funding eligibility for student loans; academic achievement, financial need, etc. may be used for eligibility determination for scholarships, student loans, and grants; whereas payment plans are available to all ENI applicants who meet the established guidelines for acceptance into the program.

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