At Cornerstone University, you’ll get the full college experience with a Christ-centered worldview. Learn more about the undergraduate experience below.
Persevere in what you know you’re capable of. Our programs for adults provide a creative approach to learning anchored in Christ-centered virtues as you follow your unwavering purpose.
Go further as an influencer in your work and community. Our graduate programs prepare you to open new doors as you reach your God-given potential.
At Grand Rapids Theological Seminary, we're dedicated to learning, serving and leading through rigorous scholarship and a humble approach to Scripture.
Your next step in pursuing your education is an investment in yourself and in your future. At Cornerstone University, we’re passionate about identifying and meeting your needs with resources and information as you move forward. With the opportunity of financial aid, a degree is closer within your reach with the help in paying for advancing your professional development.
Loans provide money for school now as an investment in your education, but you’ll need to pay back later. The U.S. Department of Education’s federal student loan program offers graduate students unsubsidized loans, meaning interest begins to accrue upon receiving the loan. Eligibility is not based on financial need. Complete your Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) to determine your eligibility for loans.
Grants provide financial assistance that you won’t need to pay back. You’ll need to complete your FAFSA to determine your eligibility. Grants may vary based on your financial need and previous academic history.
As a veteran or active-duty military personnel, you’ve demonstrated your dedication to meeting the needs of others. Cornerstone takes that dedication seriously, and we’re grateful for your service. We’re proud to be recognized as a Military Friendly School and offer financial assistance designed to honor and extend gratitude for your experiences. Check out what steps and documentation you’ll need to use your benefits to help pay for your degree.
Amy Sequiera (B.S. ’08, M.B.A. ’17)
For me, earning my degree was definitely a personal investment. I feel like I’ve accomplished what I wanted to and am hopeful for the future. I feel like I’ve become a lifelong learner at Cornerstone.