What Amount of Financial Aid is Offered?
$22,281 is the usual Judson College's freshman financial aid plan. About 99.0% of first year students obtain financial aid, the majority of which is scholarships and grants.
Financial aid helps reduce the cost, or the full retail price of the college. However, be aware that the only real college discount are scholarships & grants.
Student debt really should be thought of as an "outcome" rather than "aid". Find more about student loan debt at Judson College.
Number of Judson College Grants & Scholarships
The following numbers refer to scholarships and grants primarily provided by the college itself.
99.0% of incoming freshmen (85 total) were offered scholarships at Judson College, averaging $10,148 per person. This puts it in the top 40th percentile of all schools nationwide.
46 first year students also received federal grant aid. A total of 53.0% of Judson College first years obtained grants around $4,776 per person.
See the average amount of scholarships and grants first years get by studying the graph below.
Grants are usually based on need while scholarships are based on merit or ability.
How Income Level Affects Aid
The table following demonstrates scholarship and grant distributions by family income for first year students getting any type of federal Title IV assistance, which includes Federal PLUS loans.
|Income Level||Percent of Freshman||Average Assistance|
|Income 110k +||14.0%||$9,907|
Title IV aid includes grants, loans, or work-study awarded from the federal government typically determined by need. Learn more here.
Grants & Scholarships for All Students Average $10,315
Of the 326 undergraduate students at Judson College around 98.0% (319 in total) get some kind of grant aid. The typical amount awarded was $10,315.
Financial Aid Links from Judson College
|Financial Aid Department Website||www.judson.edu|
|Net Price Calculator||www.judson.edu|