How Many Students Get Financial Aid?
Clark College's standard financial aid plan for new freshmen is $10,360. About 45.0% of new students receive financial assistance, most of which is in the form of scholarships and grants.
Loans are a part of financial aid offers, however the only true college discount is a grant or scholarship that you don't need to repay.
Concerned about the loans that might be included in your financial aid plan? Find the average amount of debt per student at Clark College.
How Much Clark College Aid Is Available That Won't Put Me in Debt?
The numbers and the chart below refer to primarily grants from federal sources, plus some local and state grants. 38.0% of freshman students at Clark College (371 total) got a federal grant, averaging $4,104. In addition to grants, 24.0% of freshman students (237 total) got scholarships by the college, totaling $1,071 each.
How are grants and scholarships distributed to freshmen at Clark College? View the graph listed below.
Scholarships are merit-based, while grants are need based.
How Financial Need Affects Aid
The following chart demonstrates grant and scholarship distributions by income for freshman students receiving any type of federal Title IV assistance, including Federal PLUS loans.
|Income Level||Percent of Freshman||Average Assistance|
|Income 110k +||1.5%||$265|
Title IV aid includes loans, grants, or work-study given from the federal government typically based on need. Learn more here.
$5,988 is the Common Sum an Undergrad Gets in Scholarships or Grants
35.0% of the 9,878 undergraduates at Clark College receive some kind of grant aid. A total of about 3,445 students benefiting from an average of $5,988 each.
Clark College Financial Aid Info
|Financial Aid Department Website||www.clark.edu/enroll/paying-for-college/financial-aid/index.php|
|Net Price Calculator||https://www.clark.edu/NetPriceCalculator/|