By investing in yourself, you are investing in your future. Our goal at Centenary University is to make education affordable for any student who wishes to study here.

Many families assume a private, personalized education is simply out of reach for them financially. That’s not the case at Centenary. Our Financial Aid Office works with all applicants in Undergraduate, Graduate and Professional Studies to help them understand all available options and what requirements are necessary.

Did you know?

  • More than 95 percent of our traditional full-time undergraduate students receive financial aid.
  • Those students receive an average of $22,000 per year in grants and academic scholarships.
  • Our graduate and adult students also take advantage of grants, scholarships, student loans and special discounts, as well as military, public service and private workplace tuition benefits.

In fact, because of our generous financial aid program, many students find that their net cost for attending Centenary is comparable to attending a large, state university.

Contact one of our financial aid counselors, and learn what your investment in a Centenary education might look like during next four years.

Financial Aid Brochure

Centenary University is committed to working with you and your family to make a Centenary education affordable for you. So talk to us. We’ll help you understand FAFSA, loans, grants, and scholarships. We’ll work together to try to make the money part work.

Contact Information

Tonya Williams
Director of Financial Aid
williamst06@centenaryuniversity.edu

Rebecca Rees
Assistant Director of Financial Aid
reesr@centenaryuniversity.edu

Eloise Murray
Financial Aid Counselor
murraye@centenaryuniversity.edu

Miguelinne Timoteo
Administrative Assistant of Financial Aid
Timoteom01@centenaryuniversity.edu