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1:1 service from financial aid counselor

All accepted and current students are assigned a dedicated financial aid counselor, your link to all financial aid related questions.

More than $32 million in support is awarded to students

Elizabethtown College awarded students more than $32 million in institutional scholarships and grants this academic year.

Over 90% of students receive scholarships and grants from the College.

This academic year, over 90 percent of full-time Elizabethtown College students receive grants and or scholarships from Elizabethtown College.

Financial Aid

Make no mistake—excellence comes at a price—but we don’t want finances to get in the way . For that reason, we work with all of our students, to make higher education affordable. We do our part by providing annual financial aid exceeding $32 million to over 90 percent of our students, on top of the more than half of our students who will also receive merit-based scholarships.

Elizabethtown College’s Financial Aid Office assists prospective students in finding the financial means to allow them to fully participate in the educational experience at the College.

Services include:

Our Institutional Commitment

Aid received by 2012–2013 first-year students

Aid received by first-year students

From where does all the financial aid come? Elizabethtown College students may be eligible for a variety of aid resources. Approximately three-quarters of all aid received by our first-year students comes from Elizabethtown College.

Elizabethtown College awarded $9.8 million in grants and scholarships to first-year students alone. In addition, these students received $4.4 million from federal, state and private sources for a total of $14.2 million. The specific amount of aid each student receives depends upon that student’s financial need and academic profile.

Types of Aid

Need based financial aid

Need based aid

Students interested in need-based financial aid (grants, loans and employment) must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Applicants should apply no later than March 15 for maximum consideration.

Merit based financial aid

Merit based aid

All applicants are considered for renewable merit-based scholarships during the admissions application review. Some of these include about 100 endowed scholarships and gifts from Elizabethtown College Alumni and friends.

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