Support from the Financial Services Team

Our goal is to help you understand your options and make the best decision for tuition.

Our financial options and services can help you access a tech education and cover the cost of tuition.

  • Affordability is Our Priority

    These payment options are available to you to help you cover the cost of tuition: (1) Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), including loans and grants for those who qualify (2) alternative loans and other funding options (3) cash or credit. A Financial Aid Specialist will talk you through each of these tuition payment types.

  • One-on-One Financing Support

    You’re investing in your education today and your future, and the Financial Services Team can help you make the most beneficial decisions for both. Every student’s financial situation is different, so a Financial Aid Specialist will personally work with you to determine which payment option will best meet your financial needs.

  • The Payoff of a Kenzie Academy Tech Education

    Your Kenzie Academy education today is a short-term investment that can lead to long-term financial returns. You’re setting yourself up to enter a field with many jobs that often come with higher pay. In tech, there are also paths to advance your skill set and career and continue your education, which can potentially grow your income as well.

Financial Services Leadership

Meet our Financial Services Leader

If you ever need to get a hold of the financial services team please reach out to your financial specialist or email us at

  • Stacy Broadus Headshot
    Stacy Broadus
    Director of Financial Aid

*Tuition rates are subject to change and are reviewed annually. For a breakdown of the full cost of attendance, please visit this page.

Getting Started with Your Financing

Create a plan with our Financial Services team.

Once you’ve decided on a program, you will need to work directly with a Financial Aid Specialist to create a plan customized to your financial needs.

You’re not alone in this process and we’ll help you understand the importance of smart borrowing habits. In many cases, you may qualify for more money in loans than you need to pay for your program. But any money borrowed must be paid back with interest. By borrowing only what you need for tuition and other fees, you can make sure you have the lowest loan payment possible once you graduate.

You can find information about applying for financial aid or other payment options on our website.

State Scholarships and Grants

Numerous organizations and states offer scholarships. Although Kenzie Academy from SNHU cannot endorse any organization’s scholarships or process, we encourage you to research outside scholarships that may help your overall assistance package.


State Scholarships and Grants
Indiana State Grant Opportunities

Residents of Indiana should explore what scholarship and grant opportunities the state has to offer.

DOE: State and Federal Grants and Programs (

Scholarships by State

Find your state and research what scholarship or grant opportunities you could apply for to help cover cost of college tuition.

Scholarships By State –

Unigo State Grant College Search

 Financial Aid for Minority Students

See scholarships for minority students, including:

  • Arab, Middle Eastern, and North Africa
  • Asian and Pacific Islander
  • Black and African American
  • Hispanic and Latino/a
  • Native Americans and Alaska Native
  • Women

Affordable College Online

Other Useful Links
Form 1098-T Tax Information

Form 1098-T is a tax form that Kenzie Academy from Southern New Hampshire University (SNHU), as an eligible educational institution, is required to provide to students who have qualifying educational expenses within the tax year. This page provides more information about form 1098-T.

Form 1098-T Tax Information
Applying for Financial Aid

We encourage students to file a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) to determine eligibility for federal, state, and institutional aid programs. This page includes details about applying for financial aid.

Applying for financial aid
Cost of Attendance & Academic Year Info

Cost of Attendance (COA) is an estimate of a student’s educational expenses to maintain a moderate standard of living for the period of enrollment. This page has more information on Cost of Attendance (COA) and academic year information.

Cost of Attendance & Academic Year Info
Return of Title IV Funds

Return of Title IV funds requirements apply to a Title IV grant and/or loan recipient or eligible recipient who withdraws or ceases attendance before completing the payment period. This page includes more information about return of Title IV funds.

Return of Title IV Funds
Preferred Lender List Disclosures

The Financial Aid Office has compiled a list of lenders who have agreed to provide private lender applications to our students. This page includes more information about our preferred lender list.

Preferred Lender List Disclosures
Military Benefits

The Kenzie Academy program from Southern New Hampshire University (SNHU) does not currently provide military tuition assistance or G.I. Bill benefits. However, military benefits are available with SNHU by enrolling in an SNHU degree program. Learn more about military tuition assistance from SNHU on the Military Student Experience page and sign up for our weekly newsletter in the form at the bottom of this page to know if those benefits become available.

Military Student Experience