The School of Labor and Urban Studies (SLU) is committed to providing students with a quality education that is affordable.
There are many ﬁnancial aid options for individuals of all backgrounds. Our ﬁnancial aid counselors work with students to combine federal and state funds, public and private scholarships, grants, loans, or Veterans benefits to help pay for their education.
Students who are members of unions and labor-management organizations may be eligible for other forms of ﬁnancial support in the form of tuition reimbursement, vouchers or grants through their unions and collective bargaining agreements.
Further, the School of Labor and Urban Studies has its own scholarships and tuition support funds, and an emergency fund for students experiencing hardship. We encourage all students to file a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) in order to be considered for all potential aid programs, including scholarships.
Lastly, the School of Labor and Urban Studies has payment plan option to provide ﬂexibility for students to pay tuition. The current provider is Nelnet. More information is available from the Bursar.