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College is an investment in you. Student Financial Services works with students and their families to explain tuition, payment plans, loans, and scholarships.
Remember that no matter what college you choose, you should base your decision on value—the combination of cost, aid, scholarships, and expected return on your educational investment. Don't sacrifice your dreams, career and earning potential, and satisfaction in life by choosing a college based on cost alone. It's your future, and you're worth it.
Student Financial Services works with students and their families to help manage the cost of college. Our diverse student body represents a healthy mix of socio-economic backgrounds—approximately 97% of first year students receive some form of financial assistance. The following information provides an overview of Simmons tuition and fees, scholarships, and financial aid. For more information about financial aid, including scholarships, loans, and work-study, visit our Student Financial Services website.
|Fee Type||Summer 2013|
|Undergraduate (traditional and Dix Scholar non-nursing)||$1042 per credit hour|
|Undergraduate (traditional and Dix Scholar nursing)||$1144 per credit hour|
|Anatomy Course Fee||$565|
|Residence Fee - Single||$180 per week|
|Residence Fee - Double||$135 per week|
In 2013-2014, the expenses for a typical full-time undergraduate resident student who is a non-Nursing major are $48,770. If you are a Dix Scholar, your cost will be dependent on how many courses you take. For a Dix Scholar, your costs will be listed in brackets.
|Fee Type||Fall 2013||Spring 2014||Total|
|Undergraduate Non-Nursing Full-time Tuition||$17,175||$17,175||$34,350|
|[Part-time Undergrad. / Dix Tuition]||[$1073 per credit]||[$1073 per credit]||-|
|Health Center Fee||$385||$385||$770|
|[Dix Scholars 10-month housing contract]||[$7500]||[$7500]||[$15,000]|
|Study Abroad Fee*||$400||$400||-|
|Undergraduate (Non-Nursing) Total||$24,385||$24,385||$48,770|
*if studying abroad for a particular semester
We believe that your exceptional talents and promise should be rewarded. So while we offer a wide range of need-based options for your financial aid, we also offer merit-based awards, which are determined without regard to your financial circumstances, range from $2,000 to full tuition, do not need to be repaid, and most of which are renewable for four years. They are based on a student's academic achievement, leadership, and other talents.
Learn more on the Student Financial Services website:
Academic excellence and financial need are used to determine each student's financial-aid package. Simmons offers scholarships, loans, grants, and work-study to help families finance a college education.
Applying for financial aid is easy. Just submit a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) at www.fafsa.gov and a Simmons Student Information Form. There is no need to submit a CSS/PROFILE to apply for aid from Simmons. Federal income tax returns will be requested if you are chosen for verification.