Tuition & Aid
“Right out of high school, I began to work full time in order to pay my way through college. Through Shiloh University, I’ve been able to afford the highest quality of education without being crippled by the debt of student loans.” — Leandra A., AA Alumna
Every student deserves the opportunity to pursue a world-class education they can afford. That is why Shiloh University exists. We are driven to educate tomorrow’s Christian leaders without crippling their financial future.
In addition to very affordable tuition rates, we try to meet every student’s need through aid opportunities including military aid programs (active duty, veterans, and military spouses), Federal Student Aid, international discounts, and scholarships. Contact us to find out just how affordable a life-transforming education can be.
The cornerstone of our affordability mission: Shiloh University offers tuition rates over five times less expensive than the national average!1
Federal Student Aid
Students have access to a full range of Federal Student Aid grant and loan programs. The Financial Aid Office is ever ready to assist you in exploring available options and finding your best pathway to an affordable education.
Active Military Tuition Assistance
Qualified active service members may be able to fund 100% of their tuition through Military Tuition Assistance (TA) funding.
Qualified military veterans can use their GI Bill® benefits to fund their Shiloh University education. The Department of Veteran Affairs website provides information on each veteran benefit as well as a GI Bill® Comparison Tool to help you decide on your options.
Military Spouses can receive up to $4,000 in tuition assistance through the Career Advancement Accounts (MyCAA) program. See if you are eligible to receive military spouse tuition assistance on the MyCAA website.
The University has a number of scholarships available for those in need.
The University provides discounts of up to 50% off of tuition for students living in certain countries. Contact us for information about individual eligibility.