Paying for College
You already know that a good education is an investment in yourself. There are many ways to finance that education and we want you to find the one that works the best for you. In fact, more than 60 percent of all Radford University students receive some form of grant, loan, employment assistance or other type of financial aid. Further, approximately 50 percent of full time graduate students receive some form of graduate assistantship or fellowship.
While costs at Radford University are more than competitive, we understand that each individual will have their own specific needs and questions when it comes to the financial aid process. The information you find here will enable you to become familiar with the many options available, no matter what your background or goal.
Radford University processes all student payments through the Office of the Bursar. During your tenure at Radford you are sure to interact with this group to ensure your payment is made each semester and to receive any refunds you may be due. If you would like to learn more about tuition and fee schedule, payment options, and payment plans the Office of the Bursar can provide you with everything you need to know.
For students that are interested in learning more about the Financial Aid process we have selected a few resources that we feel are worth your review. Hopefully, these brochures and presentations can help educate you on the financial aid application process. If you are interested in learning more you can review the information provided on the Financial Aid Office website.