Rather than paying the full sticker price for a college education, most students receive a financial aid package that eases the burden with scholarships, grants, loans, and work-study options, while the amount and type of aid may vary among students.
Discover the financial aid possibilities at SUNY Adirondack and learn what assistance you might qualify for by continuing to read.
Adirondack Community College average financial aid offer for freshmen students is $6,263.00. Approximately 79% of incoming freshmen obtain financial assistance, with the majority being offered as grants and scholarships.
Student loans come included in financial aid packages, however, the only true discount off of the price of college is a grant or scholarship that you do not need to pay back.
Student debt should be thought of as an “outcome” rather than “aid”. Read more about student loan debt at Adirondack Community College.
As well as scholarships, 51% of first-year students (392 total) got a federal grant, for about $5,182.00 per person.
These scholarships and grants are composed of primarily federal grants, and some state and local awards.
51% of first years at Adirondack Community College (392 total) obtained a federal grant, averaging $5,182.00.
The table below demonstrates scholarship and grant allocations by income level for freshmen receiving any type of federal Title IV assistance, which includes Federal PLUS loans.
|Income Level||Percent of Freshman||Average Assistance|
|Income 110k +||1.05%||$577.00|
The table above displays undergrads who are obtaining Title IV aid, federal aid from the government including loans, grants or work-study. Learn more here.
Of the 762 undergraduate students at Adirondack Community College around 79% (554 total) receive some form of grant aid. The typical amount awarded was $6,263.00.The largest share of which are in the guise of Pell Grants.
More about our data sources and methodologies.