GRANT & SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITIES
In consideration of the family budget, Verto offers abroad locations at different price points and access to the following grants and scholarships.
Verto grants & scholarships are made possible by
HOW TO FUND YOUR VERTO EXPERIENCE
The Verto Opportunity Grant
Filing your FAFSA is the first step to determine your eligibility for Verto grants. You must add Verto’s Academic Provider (the University of New Haven) on the school list.
*Please note that Verto Education is not currently participating in the federal student aid program offered by the U.S. Department of Education. Completion of the FAFSA is to determine institutional eligibility only; federal student aid will not be awarded for Verto Education Abroad Experiences.
Submit Documentation For Verto Grants & Scholarships
Submit your high school transcript, Student Aid Report (SAR), and Opportunity Grant Application as seen above to be considered for Verto Grants & Scholarships.
Understand Your Tuition Balance
Review your Verto grants and scholarships to understand your total cost of attendance.
To calculate this:
Verto Location Cost – Awarded Verto Grants & Scholarships = Total Cost of Attendance
Build A Funding Strategy
After you figure out your Total Cost of Attendance, you will need to consider your options for how to pay the remaining balance.
Your additional funding options include:
- Apply for external scholarships.
- Verto can accept external scholarships provided that they can be used at institutions outside your home state.
- Utilize a 529 college savings plan.
- Borrow private student loans.
- Visit Sparrow, a trusted portal, to research and compare your loan options.
Payment Plan Options: When it comes time to pay your balance, you have the option to make a one-time lump sum payment or enroll in an interest free payment plan that splits your remaining balance into 5 equal monthly payments.
Learn more about your additional funding options.