What is in an Average Financial Aid Plan at Ashland
Ashland University's normal financial aid deal for newly arriving freshmen is $21,459. About 97.0% of new students obtain some kind of financial aid, the majority of which is scholarships and grants.
Financial aid helps lower the cost, or the "sticker" price of the college. However, be aware that the only true college discount are scholarships & grants.
Student debt should be thought of as an "outcome" rather than "aid". Read more about student loan debt at Ashland.
How Much Is Available in Scholarships & Grants?
The numbers below apply to grants and scholarships largely provided by the college itself.
94.0% of first year students (566 total) were awarded scholarships at Ashland University, averaging $11,083 per person. This puts it in the top 40th percentile of all schools nationwide.
As well as scholarships, 36.0% of freshmen (217 total) received federal grant aid, for about $5,087 a person.
The chart below shows the usual amount of scholarship and grant aid given to all freshmen.
Scholarships are merit-based, while grants are need based.
Financial Aid per Family Income
The following chart displays grant and scholarship allocations by income for first year students getting any form of federal Title IV assistance, such as Federal PLUS loans.
|Income Level||Percent of Freshman||Average Assistance|
|Income 110k +||24.0%||$10,104|
The graph above shows students who are getting Title IV aid which is federal aid from the government including loans, grants or work-study. Learn more.
$12,147 is the Standard Amount an Undergraduate Receives in Grants or Scholarships
70.0% of the 3,401 undergraduates at Ashland University receive some sort of grant aid. A total around 2,386 students getting an average of $12,147 per person.
Financial Aid Links from Ashland University
|Financial Aid Department Website||https://www.ashland.edu/administration/financial-aid|
|Net Price Calculator||https://www.ashland.edu/administration/financial-aid/future-undergraduates/calculate-your-costs|