Financial Aid

Future Generations University is committed to educating individuals working to create positive change in their communities. We strive to make our degree affordable, first by pricing the degree at a lower than global average for a significant program.
In some instances, we also have institutional scholarship that helps students identify and apply for other funding sources. The financial aid process begins after admission to the program. Information on this process is available in the Financial Aid Handbook, and includes completing the Financial Aid Application. Future Generations financial aid experts guide admitted students through the process of applying for loans, grants, and scholarships. The Financial Aid committee reviews each application to determine eligibility for institutional scholarships.
U.S Students will need to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aids (FAFSA) form. Other types of financial aid available to U.S. graduate students include federal student loans, grants, and scholarships.
International Students will need to submit equivalent relevant financial aid information. International students are not eligible for federal financial aid, however they may qualify for scholarships or grants.
U.S. Military Veterans Affairs Education Benefits may be used at Future Generations. If you are a veteran who is considering applying to the Graduate School, please contact our Financial Aid Office before submitting your application to confirm your eligibility for this benefit.
AmeriCorps Alumni using their Segal AmeriCorps Education Award will be matched dollar-for-dollar up to $10,000.


Returned Peace Corps Volunteers (RPCVs) may apply for the Paul D. Coverdell Fellows program. The Coverdell Fellows program enables RPCVs to pursue a masters degree at a reduced cost and to apply and expand skills learned as a Peace Corps volunteer to underserved communities in the U.S.