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.
Curious about the financial aid opportunities at Campbell and what you may be eligible for? Explore the answers here.
$25,016.00 is the typical Campbell University’s first year financial aid package. Financial aid is provided to about 98% of first-year students, with the bulk of support coming in the form of grants and scholarships.
Financial aid helps decrease the expense, or the “sticker” price of the school. But keep in mind that the only real discounts off the cost of college are in the form of grants and scholarships.
Concerned about the loans that may be included in your financial aid package? See the average amount of debt per student at Campbell University.
Institutional scholarships and grants are financial aid awards given by colleges and universities to help students manage tuition costs and other education-related expenses. These awards, which do not need to be repaid, can be classified as merit-based or need-based. Students who excel academically, possess unique talents, or have specific skills can be eligible for merit-based institutional scholarships. Factors such as high school performance, standardized test scores, or participation in extracurricular activities often contribute to eligibility for these scholarships. Need-based institutional grants, on the other hand, are awarded to students who demonstrate financial need. The amount given is generally based on the student’s family’s financial situation, aiming to cover the gap between the cost of attendance and the family’s capacity to pay. To assess a student’s eligibility for need-based grants, colleges and universities may rely on information from the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) or other financial aid forms. Institutional scholarships and grants are essential for students, as they can substantially lower college expenses and make higher education more affordable.
The stats below refer to aid that is provided by Campbell University.
96% of incoming freshmen (676 total) were given scholarships at Campbell University, averaging $21,357.00 per student. This puts it the top 25th percentile among colleges and universities nationwide.
As well as scholarships, 32% of first-year students (229 total) got a federal grant, for about $5,398.00 per person.
The following table displays scholarship and grant allocations by family income for freshman students receiving any kind of federal Title IV assistance, such as Federal PLUS loans.
|Percent of Freshman
|Income 110k +
The table above displays students who are getting Title IV aid, federal aid from the government including loans, grants or work-study. Get more info on Title IV here.
689 Campbell undergrads obtain grant aid (this is about 98% of the entire undergraduate student population). The average amount these students receive is $25,016.00.
More about our data sources and methodologies.