The Office of Financial Aid works with you to minimize the barrier of finances in your pursuit of higher education and is why The Chubb Institute (Westbury) is recognized as a Best Value School and one of America's Best Colleges for the Money.
We're Here to Serve YOU!
The Office of Financial Aid assists students across all programs at The Chubb Institute (Westbury), understanding that financial assistance opportunities and needs vary by student and program. For this purpose, detailed financial aid information is presented on pages specific to each program offering.
Please select a program-type to explore opportunities and resources tailored to your needs.
Tuition and Financial Aid
It is the goal of the Office of Financial Aid at The Chubb Institute (Westbury) to help minimize the barrier of finances in your pursuit of higher education. This goal is realized by the 99% of our students who receive financial assistance, finding that attending CIW often costs less than attending a public university, especially when considering our Four-Year Graduation Guarantee and Merit Awards.
We're Committed to Making it Possible
While the primary responsibility for financing a college education rests with the student and parents, The Chubb Institute (Westbury) provides a variety of opportunities to supplement personal and family resources. We believe so much in helping our students afford a high-quality education, that last year 82% of our full-time students received financial assistance and we awarded $3 million in scholarship support, resulting in The Chubb Institute (Westbury) being recognized as a Best Value School and one of America's Best Colleges for the Money.
Students applying for financial aid are considered for all programs for which they are eligible. Financial aid available to students enrolled less than full time is noted below in the individual program descriptions. For financial aid purposes full-time student status is established as a minimum of 12 credit hours per semester; half-time status is a minimum of 6 credit hours per semester. The amount of financial aid awarded is generally a combination of scholarships, need-based aid, student employment, and loans. It is based on the qualified financial need as determined primarily by the Free Application for Student Aid (FAFSA).
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