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One of the first challenges to pursuing an advanced degree is securing funding. Most students finance their education with scholarships or student loans. As a student, you are responsible for financing your education. You can learn about the scholarship and loan programs available to all KCU students on our website or by contacting the Office of Financial Aid at 877-425-0247 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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The University attempts to make adequate financial assistance available to all students within the limits of the federal student budget and the availability of loans and scholarships.
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