Future Students: Greystone
The Greystone Preparatory Academy is a college-level, academy preparatory program. If you are serious about re-application to a military service academy and searching for a college-level program where you can earn up to 36 college credits and is flexible enough to meet your individual academic abilities, look no further than Greystone.
Greystone students are eligible for merit aid, need-based aid and federal loans. The student must submit a FAFSA to Schreiner University to start this process.
Schreiner University offers our Greystone students merit aid in the form of the Greystone Scholarship, which is awarded when students are admitted.
The Greystone Scholarship is tuition specific.
The Greystone Scholarship for 2013-2014 is $5,500. Students who receive academy sponsorship will, in addition, receive an additional $500. Academy sponsorship must be pursued and obtained by the student and their family.
Greystone students can also decide to pay for their program using payment plans and other payment options.
Anticipated costs for Greystone students in 2013-2014 (fall and spring) are:
|Tuition and Fees
(Block tuition for 12 – 18 credit hours/semester)
|Double Occupancy LA Hall/19 Meal Plan (extended time)||$ 9,808|
Other expenses may be incurred. This is an estimate only. Total =
Please contact the Financial Aid office with any questions you have. You can reach us at firstname.lastname@example.org, 1-800-343-4919 or 830-792-7217, or visit us in person in the Welcome Center. Our office is open Monday – Friday from 8am – 5pm.
We will help you through this entire process.
The Office of Financial Aid at Schreiner University is committed to assisting students in obtaining the best financial aid award possible. However, it is the student’s responsibility to comply with all requirements necessary to complete the financial aid process. In addition, the Office of Financial Aid is not responsible for the student's financial obligations to Schreiner University. Each student must verify their account balance and make arrangements for any amounts not covered by financial aid.