In 2016-17, all of our incoming freshmen received financial assistance. More than $24 million in Nazareth College grant/scholarship assistance has been awarded in the current academic year.
Nazareth's graduates learn about managing money and land jobs that enable repaying loans. While the average student loan default rate is 11.3%, and private four-year institutions average 6.5%, only 2.4% of Nazareth's graduates fall into that category, according to the latest data from the U.S. Department of Education.
Forms and guidelines to smooth your financial aid application process.
Annual rates for undergraduate and graduate tuition, fees, room & board, and basic indirect expenses.
Scholarships/grants, loans, work study, outside assistance, veteran's benefits, graduate assistantships.
Key tasks and dates for new/prospective students and for returning students.
Options available for parents and students for paying the balance of your bill.
Log in to check your aid status.
Still have questions? Answers to Financial Aid frequently asked questions.
The IRS Data Retrieval Tool is currently unavailable for use with the FAFSA.
Until the Data Retrieval Tool is back up and running, you can manually enter your 2015 tax information.
For more information, including on how to order your tax transcripts: See this site
If you have already submitted your FAFSA, there is no further action required.
Early Decision I Candidates:
FAFSA by November 15
Early Decision II Candidates:
FAFSA by January 10
Other Incoming Freshmen:
FAFSA by February 1
FAFSA by February 1 or at the time of application if after February 1
FAFSA by March 15
* For summer aid consideration, FAFSA by March 1