Paying For School
Kaplan University is committed to helping you find more ways to save on college tuition so you can achieve your educational and professional goals. Our scholarships, grants, transfer and experiential learning credits, and Tuition Cap are some of the ways we can help lower the cost of your tuition and help you graduate sooner.
Kaplan University Tuition Cap
As part of our promise to help make college education more accessible and affordable, we have created the Kaplan University Tuition Cap. For students enrolled in select programs, our Tuition Cap ensures you will only pay a fixed amount for your education, as long as you meet and maintain all requirements. Not only will you know exactly how much your education will cost when you enroll, but our Tuition Cap will also help you save on the total cost of your degree. Learn more about Kaplan University’s Tuition Cap.
Additional Ways To Save
Read about transfer credits and tuition reductions for Globe University, Minnesota School of Business, and Broadview University here.
Learn more about how to pay for college below.
Tuition and Savings
At Kaplan University, tuition and fees may vary by program, location, and student status. Discover the ways we can help reduce your tuition costs.Tuition and Fees
Learn more about the scholarship programs that could help pay for your Kaplan University education.Kaplan University Scholarships
Financial Aid Process
Explore our detailed step-by-step guide to the federal financial aid process.Financial Aid Process
Learn about the grant options available to Kaplan University students.Student Grants
Find important information about the student loan process, including documents and resource guides.Student Loans
Find the financial aid forms, tuition information, guides, and links to Kaplan University grant and scholarship applications in one place.Financial Resources
Frequently Asked Questions
Should you have any additional questions, please contact the Financial Aid Office at 866.458.2008 (
Find answers to commonly asked questions about financial aid below.
- What is Kaplan University's school code requested on the FAFSA?
Kaplan University’s school codes are as follows:
Online students use 004586 (Davenport, Iowa)
Augusta Location: 004586
Cedar Falls Campus: E00920
Cedar Rapids Campus: 004220
Council Bluffs Campus: E01153
Davenport Campus: 004586
Des Moines Campus: E00925
Hagerstown Campus: 007946
Indianapolis Learning Center: 00458600
Lewiston Campus: E01190
Lincoln Campus: 004721
Mason City Campus: E00926
Milwaukee Learning Center: 00458600
Omaha Campus: 008491
Rockville Learning Center: 00458600
St. Louis Learning Center: 00458600
South Portland Campus: 009292
- Are there any special benefits for active duty military?
Kaplan University offers a tuition discount on all associate's and bachelor's degree programs for active duty military personnel. See Military Benefits and Financial Aid.
- How many courses must I enroll in per term to be eligible for financial aid?
Courses vary in the amount of quarter credit hours they are worth. For undergraduate programs, the total credit hours of the courses in which you are enrolled must equal or exceed 6 quarter credit hours per term to be eligible to receive financial aid. For standard graduate programs, the total credit hours must equal or exceed 4 quarter credit hours to be eligible. If you are enrolled in a nonstandard graduate program, the total must equal or exceed 2 quarter credit hours.