The shortest path to earning your degree is to stay focused on your studies, we know you have a lot to manage so it helps to plan-ahead. Check your financial aid status and student account each term to make sure you are on track.
Go the "help" icon on your student portal to live chat with a representative. To speak with a representative by phone call 800-925-3368.
Walden's Title IV Code is 025042. You must renew your FAFSA application with the new FAFSA year. Check Fafsa.gov to ensure your application is completed for the current year.
Once your payment is past due, a hold will be placed on your account that could prevent future registration or obtaining any Walden official documents such as transcripts or diplomas. For more information about your account or to make a payment go to the Student Financial Portal. If you would like to discuss financial options with one of our financial account managers, please reach out to our Bursar's Office. Domestic: 1-877-302-5504 or email [email protected]. International: +31 20 719 2596 (Option 4) or email [email protected]
Visit the myFinAid portal and go to the "Documents" tab found in the menu.
If you fail a class, your financial aid account will have to be reviewed for Return of Title IV Funding. If you fail a class that financial aid has paid for, the participation percentage in the term will automatically be reviewed. If the percentage is less than 60%, a portion of the financial aid that you received will be returned to the lender. This could create a balance on your account that you would be responsible for paying back to Walden.
Once you are notified that you were offered financial aid you must accept the offer and complete any outstanding documents if you decide to use financial aid to fund all or part of your tuition. You can complete these steps on the myFinAid portal.
Go to the Student Financial Portal portal to view your student account, make a payment, set up payment arrangements, view invoice and transaction history.
Go to the Financial Portal and directly on the dashboard under the make a payment button you will see "create a payment plan". Select from one of the plan options in the drop down, and select your payment method.
In most cases you must maintain a 3.0 cumulative GPA as a graduate student and a 2.0 cumulative GPA if you are an undergraduate student in addition to a 67% course completion rate to be eligible to receive financial aid. Note: all students must be within their maximum time-frame for program completion to be eligible.