Money Matters

Apply now, and depending on your income, you will pay between $12,800 - $21,600 to earn the bachelor’s degree (less than one semester at other private colleges). Over $500,000 in scholarships and grants are available.

There are no student loans at Oak Valley, so you graduate with your bachelor’s degree and the financial freedom to pursue your future.

Complete the form below to receive a custom financial aid package.

Name *
Name
Date of Birth *
Date of Birth
High School Graduation Date *
High School Graduation Date
Applicant, parent(s), and siblings who live at home
The applicant and any siblings who currently attend college, do not include adults (25+)
Adjusted gross income from IRS Form 1040, line 21 on IRS Form 1040A, or line 4 on Form 1040EZ.
If you completed the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (OVC is not participating in 2019 but may participate in 2020), please provide your Estimated Family Contribution (EFC) below.
Dedicated funds to pay for college tuition.
$
If you attend church, please identify the church you attend.

Oak valley's work-COLLEGE program encourages you to work 20 hours per week while attending school. 

  • John Doe earns $880 per month - $11 per hour x 20 hours per week.

  • Jane Doe earns $720 per month - $12 per hour x 15 hours per week.

Both students earn enough to cover monthly tuition with a few hundred dollars to cover books, supplies, gas, insurance, and other expenses.*

Many Oak Valley students work at local companies, and Oak Valley provides job placement assistance.

Students are encouraged to apply for admission regardless of financial need. Upon enrollment, students will be able explore many ways to cover their financial obligations.

 *Informational purposes only.

If you have not started your application for admission, consider taking that step now. Your future is here and oak valley can be a part of it.

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If you have not already applied for admission, you can start the process now. It only takes a few minutes to complete the online application and an admissions counselor will walk you through the process.