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What Capital Fin Aid Are You Eligible For?

Most students won’t pay the advertised price of a school. Instead, they will be provided with a financial aid plan that includes a mix of scholarships, grants, loans, and work-study. But some kinds of aid are more desirable than others, and some students will get more than others.

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 Capital University.

What Amount of Financial Assistance is Available?

$34,060 is the typical Capital University's freshman financial aid package. About 100.0% of freshman students get financial aid, most of which is in the form of scholarships and grants.

Is it a Discount?

Financial aid helps decrease the expense, or the full retail price of the college. However, be aware that the only true discounts off the cost of college are in the form of grants and scholarships.

College Loans at Capital

We feel that loan debt ought to be viewed as an "outcome" and not "aid". Find more on student loan debt at Capital.

Amount of Capital Grants & Scholarships

The numbers below refer to aid which is provided by Capital University.

100.0% of freshmen (589 total) were given scholarships at Capital University, averaging $24,404 a piece. This ranks in the top 20th percentile of all colleges in the nation.

195 first years got a grant. About 33.0% of Capital freshmen received grants with an average of $5,150 per person.

The graph below shows the typical amount of grant and scholarship aid distributed to all first year students.

Scholarships, Grants... What's the Difference?

Scholarships are merit-based, while grants are awarded due to financial need.

How Income Level Affects Financial Aid

The table below displays scholarship and grant allocations by family income for first year students receiving any sort of federally-funded Title IV aid, which includes Federal PLUS loans.

Income LevelPercent of FreshmanAverage Assistance
Income 0-30k13.6%$29,761
Income 30k-48k8.8%$28,453
Income 48k-75k17.8%$27,949
Income 75k-110k22.2%$25,562
Income 110k +32.6%$23,002
Title IV Aid

Title IV aid includes grants, loans, or work-study granted by the government usually based on need. Learn more here.

The Typical Undergraduate Receiving a Grant or Scholarship Will Get $25,505

2,279 Capital students receive grant aid (this is around 91.0% of the overall student body). The typical amount these students receive is $25,505

Looking for Detail About Tuition and Fees Costs?

Go to the Tuition and Fees page or the Cost Per Credit Hour page for details.

Capital University Financial Aid Information

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