Financial Aid

The first step in applying for financial aid is completing the Free Application for Federal Aid (FAFSA). This form must be completed every year. A completed FAFSA is required to apply for Pell Grants, Perkins Loans, Stafford Loans, work-study, and all state, and many school, student assistance programs. Your FAFSA must be filed after January 1st and before each state’s individual deadline. To view deadline for each state, click here.

Felbry College offers flexible, interest free payment plans and financial options to accommodate the needs of our students. Our representatives work directly with you to identify your specific financial needs. Whether you require an affordable payment plan or a referral to an organization with educational grants, we’re here to help. Please note that Financial aid awards are based upon the information you provide on the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Feel free to contact our financial aid department for more information or for further assistance. To read more about types of financial aid click here.

Felbry College’s School Code – 042350.

Scholarship Awards and Grants

Scholarships are gifts. They don’t need to be repaid. There are thousands of them, offered by schools, employers, individuals, private companies, nonprofits, communities, religious groups, and professional and social organizations. FELBRY offers generous scholarships and grants based on academic achievement and financial need. All grants and scholarships require full time enrollment, unless otherwise noted. Scholarship amounts are divided evenly between the semesters. Some scholarships require minimum GPA to be maintained. Felbry aid programs are available only to U.S citizens and permanent residents.

Academic Excellence/Merit Based

Award: Up to $1,000 per program

  • Award is a one-time benefit per program
  • Applicant must be enrolled (minimum of 4 courses) in the semester in which the award will be applied
  • Demonstrate leadership qualities and be of good conduct
  • Cumulative GPA of 3.7
  • Automatically applied towards the student’s tuition for the semester in which the GPA is attained

Grant: Up to $500



  • Recipient must be enrolled in any of the programs (LPN, LPN-RN, RN or ADN)
  • Students that are enrolled in 3 or 4 – semester schedule, the grant will be applied evenly towards the last two semesters in school.
  • Demonstrate financial need (based on results of FAFSA) and must accept all the government aid (Pell and Sub/Unsub loans) to qualify for the grant

Note: Felbry grants and scholarships unless otherwise noted may be applied towards tuition and fees only and are based on availability of funds.

Additional Tuition Assistance and Educational Grants

Central Ohio Workforce Investment Corporation (COWIC)
1111 East Broad Street
Columbus, OH   43205
(614) 559-5052

U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs
Students who are veterans with VA benefits for education

Juliana Tolani Scholarship – $500

FIVE scholarships awarded each enrollment. Application does not guarantee award.


  • Recipient must be a current Felbry first semester student (enrolled)
  • Be a single parent (female) with income earning less than $18000 per annum
  • Demonstrate financial need (based on results of the FAFSA)
  • Applicants should complete an application form and also submit a 1-2 page essay on why they should be awarded the scholarship. The essay should make reference to Madam J. Tolani’s biography
  • Completed application form and essay should either be emailed to— attention: Director of Financial Aid, subject: Juliana Tolani Scholarship or dropped with the Financial Aid Officer
  • Application deadlines are January 15 (Winter), May 15 (Spring) and September 15 (Fall) enrollment periods respectively
  • Recipient will receive award letter or email notification within 6 weeks of application submission.

To read about Madam Juliana’s Life, click here