What is in a Normal Financial Aid Deal at Geneva
Geneva College's standard financial aid offer for incoming freshmen is $24,142. About 97.0% of first year students obtain some kind of financial aid, the majority of which is scholarships and grants.
Loans are a part of financial aid offers, even so the only true college discount is a grant or scholarship that you don't have to repay.
Concerned about the loans that may be included in your financing offer? Find the average amount of debt per student at Geneva.
How Much Aid Is Available That Is Not Loans?
The numbers below apply to grants and scholarships primarily offered by the college itself.
96.0% of incoming freshmen (278 total) were awarded scholarships at Geneva College, averaging $13,250 per person. This ranks in the top 40th percentile of all schools in the nation.
As well as scholarships, 36.0% of freshmen (103 total) received federal grant aid, for about $4,620 per person.
The chart directly below reveals the usual volume of scholarship and grant aid given to all freshmen.
Scholarships are merit-based, while grants are need based.
How Family Income Affects Aid
The chart following shows grant and scholarship allocations by income for freshmen getting any type of federal Title IV assistance, including Federal PLUS loans.
|Income Level||Percent of Freshman||Average Assistance|
|Income 110k +||25.3%||$12,746|
The table above shows students who are receiving Title IV aid which is federal aid from the government including grants, loans, and work-study. Learn more.
The Average Undergrad Who Gets a Scholarship or Grant Obtains $15,047
1,355 Geneva students get grants (this is about 93.0% of the overall student population). The usual amount these students get is $15,047
Financial Aid Links from Geneva College
|Financial Aid Department Website||www.geneva.edu/financial-aid/|
|Net Price Calculator||www.geneva.edu/financial-aid/calculator/netprice_calculator|