Net Price Calculator
To help families understand more about the approximate cost of attending college, the Department of Education now requires all universities to have a financial aid estimator on their web site.
While helpful in getting a general idea of the amount and type of aid that might be available, it is important to remember that this only provides an estimate. Like our holistic admission review process, financial aid is determined by many factors, only some of which can be built into a tool like this. Just like we cannot tell a student whether they will be admitted or not based on their GPA and test scores alone, we cannot tell a family, with certainty, exactly how much financial aid they may receive based on the small sample of questions in the calculator.
To use the calculator to get your estimate, answer the questions as accurately as you can. Remember that no award package is official until a family has completed the FAFSA by the required date, the student has been admitted to the university, and our financial aid office has thoroughly reviewed all the required documents.
If you have an ACT score, please use the following concordance chart to convert your composite score to the SAT scale.