For a complete breakdown of tuition, fees, and resources needed (for the program that you are interested in pursuing) check “Tuition and Fees” section on each program, certificate, elective, or continuing education page.
Some organizations have tuition remission policies for their employees. If your company is willing to reimburse you for your coursework, Hawthorn University will work with you and make the appropriate arrangements.
You’ll be provided with a list of textbooks for each course. Choose the program you are interested in pursuing. On that program page, you will find the Tuition & Fees section. This area will provide you with an estimate of textbooks for the entire program and the course-by-course outlay for textbooks. You are required to purchase your own textbooks, which will form the basis for a professional library. We provide you with a book list and suggestions of online sources where you can purchase your textbooks. The program book list is located on the student portal, under Forms / Publications > Program Resources.
Federal student loan funds cannot be applied to your education at Hawthorn. However, state vocational financial aid funds can be applied to Hawthorn. The California Department of Rehabilitation has funded Hawthorn students in the past, as have California employment insurers. You may want to check into this for your state if you qualify.
Additionally, it may be helpful for you to know that our “pay-as-you-go” policy allows you to pay as you progress through the program, which may ease your financial concerns. There may be benevolent Education Funds in your area – you should do an advanced Google Search using a variety of keywords for this purpose. You can do a free online scholarship search at fastweb.com or annies.com.
Each year agencies and authors publish guides detailing all sorts of grants and scholarships available to individuals based on a myriad of qualifications. Go to your local library and ask the reference librarian to show you the relevant books. Some available books to search include Peterson’s Scholarships, Grants and Prizes, The Scholarship Book by Daniel J. Cassidy, The Complete Scholarship Book by Student Services, and The A’s and B’s of Academic Scholarships.
Some private scholarships may be available. We encourage you to seek private funding or to inquire if your current employer has a tuition remission policy. Military spouses should check the status of their MyCAA account.
General School Fees
Each program, elective, or continuing education course has tuition and textbook fees associated with it. Please see the specific program or course page that you are interested in and look for the Tuition & Fees section for details. Click here for general school fees.
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