Affording a Private Education
The benefits of private education are many: small class sizes, personalized attention from faculty who care, networking, research and other hands-on opportunities, and more. Private education is an investment in your future, and with the many financial aid options available to college students today, affording it is likely easier than you’d think.
Applying for Financial Aid
Merit-based scholarships: Apply for admission anytime. Applicants are admitted on a rolling basis, year-round, and there are no deadlines. Qualified applicants are awarded merit-based scholarships upon admission.
Need-based grants and loan programs: File the FAFSA on or after Oct. 1. We recommend doing so as soon as the FAFSA opens (Oct. 1) and no later than a month before the start of the term.