What Amount of Financial Aid is Offered?
Franklin University's standard financial aid plan for newly arriving freshmen is $14,367. Around 58.0% of new students get some financial aid, the majority of which is in the form of scholarships and grants.
A financial aid package includes scholarships, grants, and student loans. However, student loans need to be paid back, so they aren't a true discount.
Concerned about the loans that may be included in your financial aid plan? View the average amount of debt per student at Franklin University.
Scholarships and Grants for Freshman Students Not Known
Scholarship and grant information for freshmen attending Franklin University is not available. This may be because the school serves primarily non-traditional students. Keep reading and we may report some data below specific to all undergraduates.
How are scholarships and grants distributed to freshmen at Franklin University? See the chart below.
Grants are normally based on need while scholarships are based on merit or ability.
How Financial Need Affects Aid
Information on grant and scholarship opportunities based on income level for Franklin University students is not available to us.
Grants & Scholarships for All Undergraduate Students Average $4,487
1,774 Franklin University students receive grants (this is about 45.0% of the total student body). The typical amount these students receive is $4,487 The most of which are in the form of Pell Grants.
Financial Aid Links from Franklin University
|Financial Aid Department Website||www.franklin.edu/financial-aid/|
|Net Price Calculator||www.franklin.edu/lp/npcalc/index.html|