Making peace
with the cost of college.

Financing your Goshen College education doesn’t have to be daunting. We want to help make Goshen a reality for you and your family. In fact, last year, 99 percent of all Goshen students received financial aid and the average aid package was $19,470 (not including work-study).

Goshen is named a “Best Buy” where “the education dollar goes further,” by Barron’s Best Buys in College Education and a “least-debt college” according to U.S. News & World Report. In fact, Goshen College costs 10 percent less than the national average for private colleges.

File your Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) at fafsa.ed.gov to be considered for federal, state and institutional need-based aid. Goshen College’s priority deadline for submitting the FAFSA is March 10; our FAFSA code is 001799.

You can also use our scholarship estimator below to determine what academic scholarship you are likely to receive if you attend Goshen.

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Academic Scholarship Estimator for 2014-15

All academic scholarships are subject to verification and transcripts are recalculated to a 4.0 scale for scholarship purposes.  Weighting is added for AP, IB and Honors courses.  When entering your SAT scores, use only the Critical Reading and Math sections.

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Net Price Calculator

Goshen College’s Net Price Calculator

Note: Goshen College Achievement Scholarships, including but not limited to, Athletic Scholarships, Music Scholarships, Other Departmental Scholarships, and Tuition Discounts will lower the need-based aid that was calculated in your estimate.  Please contact the Financial Aid Office to see how those scholarships will affect your estimate.

Goshen’s Office of Student Financial Aid adheres to a strict code of conduct. View our policy here (pdf).