The investment in a PhilaU education is clear: 95 percent of recent graduates have jobs in their disciplines or have been accepted to graduate school. This is very good news for our students, future students and the PhilaU Community. From faculty to staff, alumni to corporate connections, our results are a collaborative achievement.
That collaborative nature starts before incoming students step a foot on campus.
In the next few weeks, many students across the country will be making decisions about where they will attend college. In addition to important questions about academic programs, co-curricular activities and graduates’ career success, many students and their families will be considering the cost of college and how to best meet these expenses.
Philadelphia University Financial Aid Director, Lisa Cooper, has been helping students and families at PhilaU navigate the financial aid process since joining the University in 1987. “Financial aid is an integral part of the University admissions process,” she said. “We work with students and families to explore all options available to help make a PhilaU education possible.”
To read Lisa Cooper’s interview about helping families afford a PhilaU education and pave a way to career success, click here.