How I Am Going to Pay for My Degree?


LP Icons_federalFederal Financial Aid Is Available

Federal loans and grants are available to eligible students after completion of the FAFSA form. (FAFSA stands for Free Application for Federal Student Aid.) 

Filling out the FAFSA form will help you and enrollment counselor determine how much federal financial aid you are eligible to receive based on your income. 


LP Icons_employeeYour Employer May Reimburse You

Many employers offer tuition reimbursement programs to help their employees further their education. Talk to your HR department to see if your company will help you pay for your education. 


LP Icons_payment planA Monthly Payment Plan

To make the cost more manageable, Trevecca offers monthly payment plans in which you'd pay a portion of your costs each month. Talk to a Trevecca enrollment counselor about this option.


LP Icons_militaryMilitary Benefits

Trevecca accepts military benefits like the Yellow Ribbon Program and the GI Bill. Learn more about military benefits at Trevecca.

Is Going Back to School Worth It?

While there are no guarantees that you'll make more, getting an additional degree usually results in workers making more money and having more opportunities for advancement over the course of their careers. The degree will equip you with additional skills and knowledge and make you more attractive to employers.

The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics' findings on median earnings in 2018 showed that people with a bachelor’s degree or higher earn about $584 more each week than those who only have a high school diploma. A degree really does make a difference. Learn more about possible careers and salaries in the healthcare administration field.

And sometimes being worth it isn't about money at all. It's about fulfilling a long-held dream of earning a degree. Sometimes it's about setting an example for a child, a sibling, a niece or a nephew. It may be about changing to a more fulfilling career. 

In short, yes, we think it's worth it; and we think you'll think so too.