At Chamberlain, we recognize that your education is a significant investment. More than 80 percent of Chamberlain students receive some form of financial aid. Financial aid is available in the form of federal and private loans, scholarships, grants and work-study to those who qualify. At Chamberlain, we actively work to keep costs down while maintaining the highest educational standards. We will do everything we can to help you earn your degree, including helping you identify all your financing options and helping you apply for financial assistance.
For the most up-to-date information on tuition and expenses, refer to chamberlain.edu/tuition.
If you are planning to use financial aid, October is the time to renew your Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA®) at fafsa.ed.gov.
- Chamberlain FAFSA school code: 006385
- Indianapolis students, please include E02182 as your first school code (in addition to 006385) to be considered for Indiana state grant funds.
If you need more information on various programs offered by Chamberlain, visit chamberlain.edu/financialaid.
- Loans and grants are generally disbursed between Week 2 and Week 5
- Title IV credit balance payments are issued within 14 days of having a credit balance
- Pay your monthly bill online at community.chamberlain.edu
- Check, credit card payments, private loans and outside scholarship refunds will remain on your student account to be used for future charges unless the “hold cash” authorization is rescinded
- Set-up direct deposit for a quicker, safer and more convenient refund
- Refer to the Cancellation and Refunds Policy section of the academic catalog at chamberlain.edu/catalog
- For your state specific minimum refund policy, visit chamberlain.edu/student-consumer-information#StateDisclosures
FAFSA® is a registered trademark of the U.S. Department of Education.
Student Payment Options
If you need financing options, Chamberlain has payment plans available. Students whose financial aid fully covers their costs, or who pay their entire non-covered balance on the first due date of the session, do not need to enroll in a plan.
Once you have enrolled in a plan, that enrollment will be carried forward into all consecutive future sessions that a plan is needed. Notify your student support advisor if you wish to disenroll from a payment plan.
- Make two installment payments
- For students who are not using financial aid or outside funding and want to make monthly payments, or are using outside aid but want to make monthly payments to resolve any non-covered balance
Deferred, Direct & Extended Payment Plans
- Available to students providing proof of reimbursement or who have exceptional circumstances
For additional information, contact your student support advisor.