At Goshen College, we make your education dollars go further. There are grants, loans and other ways financial aid for college tuition can help.
Let’s start — but not end — with the sticker price.
2020-21 Goshen College costs for a full-time student living on campus:
Room and board: $10,870
Don’t let that sticker price scare you! Once you take scholarships, grants, loans and work-study into account, you’ll find that a Goshen College education is significantly less expensive than the original sticker price.
How much can you expect to actually pay?
Last year, 99% of GC students received financial aid and the average aid package was nearly $26,000.
Here’s how we build your financial aid package:
- First, we award scholarships.
- Academic scholarships for first-year students range from $10,000 to $16,000 per year depending on your grade point average (GPA) and ACT or SAT scores. Calculate your scholarship award by using our Net Price Calculator.
- Achievement scholarships recognize your accomplishments and the promise of future achievement at GC. We offer up to full tuition scholarships.
- Then we add need-based grants.
- We offer up to $10,100 in Indiana grants and up to $6,345 in federal grants, plus institutional need-based aid.
- Next, we offer student loans.
- First-year students can borrow a maximum of $5,500 in federal loans. Parent loans and private loans are also available.
- And finally, we add church aid and work-study.
- Our church aid matching grant will apply dollar-for-dollar to the first $1,000 your church gives. First-year students can earn a maximum of $1,000 in work-study income.
The best way to calculate your individual financial aid award, including academic scholarships, from Goshen College is to use our online Net Price Calculator.