The sum total of attendance at Baker can appear overwhelming, but bear in mind that many students get some form of financial aid. This might be in the form of scholarships, grants, work-study, or loans.
The amount of financial assistance and scholarships or grants you can get varies based on your circumstances. Keep reading to learn more to help you to know just how much aid and scholarships to expect from Baker University.
$28,956 is the usual Baker University's first year financial aid plan. About 100.0% of new students get some financial aid, the majority of which is in the form of scholarships and grants.
Financial aid contains scholarships, grants, and student loans. However, loans need to be paid off, so they aren't a genuine college discount.
We feel that loan debt should be considered to be an added expense rather than as "aid" or a "discount". Learn more about student loan debt at Baker.
The numbers following pertain to assistance that is offered by Baker University.
100.0% of incoming freshmen (244 total) were awarded scholarships at Baker University, averaging $19,039 per person. This ranks in the top 20th percentile of all schools in the nation.
86 first year students also received federal grant aid. A total of 35.0% of Baker first years got grants around $4,839 each recipient.
How are scholarships and grants allocated to freshmen at Baker? Look at the data below.
Grants are usually based on need while scholarships are merit-based.
The next table shows grant and scholarship distributions by income level for freshmen getting any sort of federal Title IV assistance, which includes Federal PLUS loans.
|Income Level||Percent of Freshman||Average Assistance|
|Income 110k +||26.6%||$19,846|
Title IV aid includes loans, grants, or work-study given by the federal government generally based on financial need. Learn more here.
64.0% of the 1,793 undergraduates at Baker University obtain some type of grant aid. This is a total of approximately 1,148 students benefiting from about $16,804 each.
Check out the Tuition and Fees page or the Cost Per Credit Hour page to learn more.
|Financial Aid Department Website||https://www.bakeru.edu/costs/|
|Net Price Calculator||https://www.bakeru.edu/fa-calculator/npcalc.htm|