Financing Options

Students of Harmony School of Nature who need additional assistance to finance their studies have several options to consider.

First, you can turn to federal student aid. This way, you need to fill out the FAFSA application, which is available on the Federal Student Aid website. This application should be filled out at your earliest convenience right after being admitted to the school. As it’s a non-binding contract, it will give you a better understanding of the amount of assistance that you can get for your studies at Harmony School of Nature.

If you can demonstrate financial need, you’re welcome to apply for a subsidized federal student loan. If your family revenue is over the set maximum, an unsubsidized student loan can still work for you. Both these options can be used to cover any of your education-related expenses, such as tuition costs, equipment, schoolbooks, and more.

Supposing you get approved for federal student aid, your loan will be automatically added to your student account. If the amount you were approved for is insufficient or doesn’t meet your demands, another option is to apply for a PLUS loan. This form of federal student debt is available to parents of students who have some educational expenses left that were not covered by other forms of student aid.

In case you’re maxed out on your federal student aid, you can also consider getting a private student loan. These loans are commonly more expensive than federal aid and offer no deferment. This means you will be obliged to repay it from the moment you get the money. The best choice will vary depending on how much money you need and how long it will take to pay it off.

Also, each student can consider getting a grant or a scholarship, provided that they meet the requirements set by a foundation or corporation. Grants and scholarships are a form of non-refundable student aid that you can get from a grant organization and use toward your educational expenses. Students of Harmony School of Nature can easily access the ASAP Finance Scholarship, which provides an Award Program with $500 lump assistance for each winner. The scholarship will be provided based on your 700+ word essay on a given topic. Also, you need to demonstrate academic achievements (a GPA of a minimum of 2.8).