Students must do their fair share by working during the summer* and school year. Parents are also required to pay their fair share of tuition and other expenses. This "fair share" amount is determined by household income, number of dependents, and other factors (please see our financial aid page for more information).
The family’s local church is also encouraged help. (download the church request form below).
It is a sacrificial investment to attend GSAA. We work hard to raise funds for families in need and have an excellent track record in helping families meet the costs of education. Unfortunatly, GSAA can not guarantee that it can make up any amount that may be left over.
Partnerships take time to develop. To help insure that your partnership with us is a successful one, where students and parents can enjoy a financial stress-free experience at GSAA, early planning is a necessity.
Financial assistance applications are being accepted. Please click the F.A.S.T. button to the left of this message.
Download the Local Church Sponsorship form now.
Download the Work and Family Sponsorship form now.
* GSAA has limited on campus employment during summers.
Other summer employment could be Camp Ida-Haven or Idaho Conference's Maga-book program. These opportunities must be applied for through their respective programs. You may call GSAA for information on where to apply. (208) 459-1627.