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Tuition & Financial Aid

Welcome to Wake Forest University School of Professional Studies, Office of Financial Aid. 

We are committed to helping students achieve their educational goals by providing financial assistance through employer tuition reimbursement, scholarships, federal, and private loan programs. Regardless of how you choose to finance your professional degree, please know that we are here to assist you throughout the process.

Paying for school

Earning a graduate professional degree or certificate is a significant investment in your personal and professional development. The School of Professional Studies is committed to making your education attainable and affordable. Our varied financial options, including federal aid and scholarships ensures you have every opportunity to complete your graduate degree.

Frequently Asked Questions

Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP)

Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) is one of the criteria that a student must meet in order to remain eligible for financial assistance. SAP is made up of the following factors:

  • Meeting a minimum cumulative grade point average requirement (GPA).
  • Earning a minimum number of units for credit per semester.
  • Completing the degree objective within a maximum number of semesters enrolled and a maximum number of units attempted.

Students who do not meet the above factors are not eligible to receive federal financial aid, including student loans.