Going to School at Kaplan University is an Investment in Your Future.
Kaplan University offers higher education programs at a competitive price, with textbooks and course materials included in the cost of tuition for undergraduate degree programs.* McKesson employees and their immediate family members can also take advantage of the following tuition grants:†
- Undergraduate degrees and programs - 23% tuition grant
- Graduate degrees and programs - 15% tuition grant
- Concord Law School - 5% tuition grant
Kaplan University can help you find the financial solution that is right for you. Available options include federal grants and federal, state, and private lending programs, including military financial aid.‡ Learn more about federal grants, Stafford loans, and PLUS loans. You may also apply for one of Kaplan University's scholarships, which are awarded to eligible students. Note international students are not eligible to receive federal financial aid.
If applicable, fill out your Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and use the Kaplan University Code #004586.
The scholarship programs listed below can help eligible students who are US citizens or permanent residents pay for a Kaplan University education§:
- Every Credit Counts Scholarship — up to $8,500 toward a bachelor’s degree or up to $4,500 toward an associate’s degree.
The Every Credit Counts Scholarship is designed for students who have demonstrated prior success in an academic environment and want to continue their education at Kaplan University.
- Pass the Torch Scholarship — up to $8,500 toward a bachelor's degree or up to $2,500 toward a master’s degree.
The Pass the Torch Scholarship is designed to allow current Kaplan University students to nominate a person in their lives to receive an award that will help the nominee fund their educational journey.
- President's Grant — up to $1,700 for a bachelor’s degree and up to $900 for an associate’s degree.
The President’s Grant was established to honor the long history of academic success of Kaplan University and promote persistence of students toward their education.
- Military Family Scholarship Program — Kaplan University and the AFF have joined forces to offer two types of academic scholarships for military family members.
For full eligibility requirements and application contact an admissions advisor.
U.S. Military and Veteran Students
Many of the brave men and women who have served, or are presently serving, in either active-duty military service or through the Reserve and National Guard have a goal of earning a degree. Kaplan University is proud to support our military and veterans in their educational pursuits by offering various military-friendly services and significantly reduced tuition. Undergraduate program tuition is reduced up to 55 percent for members of the military and up to 38 percent for veterans. In addition, both members of the military and veterans are eligible for special tuition rates for graduate programs. Discounts for spouses of military members are also available. For more information, speak to an Admissions Advisor.
Concord Law School of Kaplan University awards three legal degrees, earned exclusively online. All courses are designed to be comprehensive and challenging, and offer maximum flexibility to you help pursue your goals.
All McKesson employees and their immediate family members are entitled to a 5 percent reduction on tuition.†
When speaking to an Admissions Advisor, be sure to mention you are a McKesson employee or family member to receive your tuition savings.
For more information or to enroll, please visit www.concordlawschool.edu or call 800.439.4794.