We’re Accredited. Broadview University is nationally accredited by the Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools (ACICS).
At Broadview University, we don’t want financial concerns to stand in the way of your career-focused, life-changing Broadview education. Once you apply to Broadview, our financial aid representatives will go to work to help you determine how best to pay for your education. We’ll be there to help you complete the often-intimidating Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), which is used to determine your eligibility for financial aid, such as grants and loans. We’ll also help you establish your eligibility for various scholarships and identify any credit you’ve earned at other institutions or in the military that might transfer to Broadview.
We developed our innovative CareerPath initiative to provide a quicker and more economical way for you to achieve your educational and career goals. Through CareerPath, full-time students can save up to 25% off tuition* for undergraduates. This initiative also makes it possible for you to better manage your class load by offering many classes in six-week sessions within our 12-week quarter.
*For more information about tuition and fees, please review the Broadview University Course Catalog.
As an official Military Friendly® School, Broadview prides itself on serving military personnel and veterans and their families. We offer military scholarships and college credit for military credit. We also will assist you in putting your GI Bill and other hard-earned military educational benefits to work at Broadview, upon eligibility.
Broadview offers scholarships—from awards for military students to police officers. Scholarships are based on merit and don’t have to be repaid.
Like scholarships, grants don’t have to be paid back. They are often based on financial need and awarded to qualified undergraduate students by the federal government or private institutions. Two common grants are the Federal Pell Grant and the Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant (FSEOG).
You can help cover the cost of your college education by qualifying for low-interest, long-term government loans, which must be repaid. The most common are: