Financial Aid: Yes
Street: 125 West Cooper
Sterling College is an educational establishment that aims to develop creative and thoughtful leaders who understand a maturing Christian faith. The College is committed to an environment of academic excitement in the Reformed tradition of a thorough exploration of all truth in the light of God's Word. Its activities are designed to encourage and develop the skills required to understand the world and to create positive change. The College strives to build within its student's creativity, critical thinking, effective communication and leadership for use in the workplace as well as in the community, church and home.
Offering an online learning, Sterling College understands the importance of undertaking a bachelor's degree without disrupting the career or relocating the family. Its online programs deliver a highly respected degree that is as demanding and rewarding as the traditional on-campus programs with the added flexibility and convenience of learning at the own pace in the home or workplace.
Online Learning allows students to choose where they want to study, whenever it suits them, while still maintaining contact with fellow students and faculty. Individuals can schedule their study time around work and family. Their instructor lays out the course in a detailed schedule, they help students to plan ahead and stay on course. The faculty and staff will respond to the questions or concerns within 24 hours. It is possible for students to send questions or requests to professors, fellow students, and program managers anytime, day or night. Financial Aid
Sterling College offers students financial aid to help them attend the college. Financial aid consists of scholarships, grants, awards, loans, and employment, which singly or in combination may be awarded to students, and are applied first to tuition costs.
The College participates in all of the federally-funded financial aid programs. Those students who qualify must first be accepted for admission, and then complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).