Below are some questions that applicants have asked about our program. If you have additional questions, please ask us by sending an email to email@example.com.
CoBB does not offer grants or scholarships. Most students finance their education by utilizing Federal Direct loans (unsubsidized and Graduate PLUS), and/or private education loans.
Information on Federal options can be found at studentloans.gov. Private education loans are available through the websites of individual lenders. Private loans are typically issued in the student’s name and require a credit check. A credit worthy cosigner, who is a U.S. citizen or permanent resident, may be needed if the student’s credit is not sufficient. Students should compare interest rates, fees, and repayment options such as deferment and forbearance. Maximum loan amounts, loan terms, borrower qualification, repayment schedules, and interest rates vary among lenders. Some private education loans may require interest payments while the student is enrolled in school.
If you are going to apply for financial aid, use this link:
- Transcripts from all colleges and universities at which you have studied
- A Personal Statement of roughly 2 pages
- 3 letters of recommendation
- Some international applicants will also need to submit IELTS or TOEFL scores
- CoBB Student Handbook can be found here – CoBB Student Handbook
A current list of exempt countries can be found at
CoBB does not require students to be enrolled full-time, and we are continuously expanding our asynchronous and remote offerings; however, courses such as electives may still be offered only during weekdays.