Financial Aid

At Capitol Technology University, we’re committed to providing an excellent education that’s affordable for all students. We offer you reasonable tuition and fees, and a broad array of financial aid options. In fact, more than 80 percent of Capitol’s students receive some form of financial assistance.

Our experienced financial aid staff will assist you in finding the funds to help pay for your education.

Here are some of your funding options:

Institutional Scholarships

Capitol Technology University has a number of merit-based scholarships. High school and transfer applicants for undergraduate acceptance are automatically reviewed for these.

Corporation and Foundation Scholarships and Endowed Scholarships

Numerous scholarships exist for continuing, full-time Capitol students. Each scholarship has its own eligibility criteria, but most share a common application form.

Capitol Scholars Program

Each year, Capitol selects at least five outstanding incoming freshmen for a full four-year scholarship.

Grants

The federal government has grant programs for students who demonstrate financial need. Maryland and many other states also have need-based grant programs for full and part-time students.

Loans

The federal government has loan programs with low interest rates for undergraduate students and their parents.

Work-Study

On-campus jobs allow students to earn money toward educational expenses.

Veterans' Benefits

If you are a veteran or a veteran’s dependent, you may be eligible for educational benefits.
 
 
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