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.
Just what financial aid options does Carroll Montana provide, and just what will you qualify for? Keep reading for more information.
$31,823 is the typical Carroll College's first year financial aid offer. Approximately 100.0% of incoming students obtain financial aid, most of which is scholarships and grants.
Financial aid helps reduce the expense, or the "sticker" price of the institution. However, bear in mind that the only true discounts off the cost of college are in the form of grants and scholarships.
We feel that loan debt should be viewed as an "outcome" instead of "aid". Read more on student loan debt at Carroll Montana.
The stats below refer to aid which is offered by Carroll College.
100.0% of new students (253 total) were offered scholarships at Carroll College, averaging $23,185 per student. This puts it in the top 20th percentile of all colleges in the country.
62 first years were awarded a grant. About 24.0% of Carroll Montana freshmen obtained grants with an average of $5,088 each recipient.
How are scholarships and grants given away to first years at Carroll Montana? See the chart below.
Grants are typically need-based while scholarships are merit-based.
The table following demonstrates grant and scholarship allocations by income level for first year students receiving any kind of federally-funded Title IV aid, including Federal PLUS loans.
|Income Level||Percent of Freshman||Average Assistance|
|Income 110k +||26.0%||$21,738|
The table above displays undergrads who are obtaining Title IV aid which is federal assistance from the government in the form of grants, loans, and work-study. Learn more.
Of the 1,327 undergrads at Carroll College about 92.0% (1,215 in total) get some type of grant aid. The average amount awarded was $23,764.
Visit the Tuition and Fees page or the Cost Per Credit Hour page to find out more.
|Financial Aid Department Website||www.carroll.edu/finaid/|
|Net Price Calculator||www.carroll.edu/scholarships-aid/net-price-calculator|