What Amount of Financial Assistance is Offered?
$11,439 is the average Blue Ridge Community College's first year financial aid plan. Approximately 65.0% of freshman students obtain financial aid, the majority of which is scholarships and grants.
Student loans technically fall under the umbrella of 'financial aid', but the only true discount from the cost of college is a grant or scholarship that you do not need to pay back.
Student debt should be regarded as an "outcome" instead of "aid". Learn more on student loan debt at Blue Ridge Community College.
Number of Blue Ridge Community College Scholarships & Grants
These grants and scholarships are made up of primarily federal grants, as well as some state and local grants. 49.0% of freshmen at Blue Ridge Community College (104 total) received a federal grant, averaging $6,707. As well as grants, 21.0% of freshmen (44 total) were given scholarships by the college, averaging $1,732 per student.
The chart below shows the typical amount of scholarship and grant aid given to all first year students.
Scholarships are merit-based, while grants are given based on need.
Amount of Financial Aid By Income Level
The chart following displays grant and scholarship allocations by income level for first year students getting any form of federally-funded Title IV aid, which includes Federal PLUS loans.
|Income Level||Percent of Freshman||Average Assistance|
|Income 110k +||2.3%||$327|
Financial aid from the federal government by means of grants, loans, or work-study is referred to as Title IV aid. Get more info on Title IV here..
$5,314 is the Standard Amount an Undergrad Receives in Scholarships or Grants
Of the 2,122 undergraduates at Blue Ridge Community College about 40.0% (855 in total) get some type of grant aid. The typical amount granted was $5,314. The majority in the form of Pell Grants.
Blue Ridge Community College Financial Aid Information
|Financial Aid Department Website||www.blueridge.edu/financial-aid|
|Net Price Calculator||www.blueridge.edu/financial-aid/net-price-calculator|
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