Your Nazareth financial aid package will be made up of a combination of awards depending on your academic standing and your financial need (as determined by the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Scholarships, grants, loans, and work-study opportunities are all part of what makes a Nazareth education affordable. All scholarships, grants, and loans are disbursed directly to the student account at the beginning of the semester based upon a completed financial aid application. Work-study is paid in a bi-weekly paycheck directly to the student based on hours worked.
Nazareth has a variety of scholarships and grants based on academic merit, financial need, and talent (music, art, theatre and dance) that are awarded at the time of acceptance based upon the student's academic accomplishments and preparedness. The amount given to each student is dependent on the quality of the accepted applicant pool and the amount of the financial aid budget. See details for undergraduates and for graduate students.
Compare federal, private, and parent loans to evaluate your loan options.
On-campus jobs may be available via the work-study program.
You can apply on your own for scholarships outside of those offered by Nazareth.
Nazareth has scholarship benefits for veterans of the post-9/11 time period.
Graduate assistantships provide a tuition waiver in exchange for work in a college office.
International students may be eligible for the International Student Scholarship.