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Financing Your College Education
Financing a college education is a major investment for your family. We offer a comprehensive merit scholarship and need-based financial aid program to your family afford Susquehanna. Upon admission, you are automatically considered for academic merit scholarships by the Admission Committee and you will be notified shortly after you are admitted.
Total Direct Charges
Total Cost of Attendance Before Aid
The budgets above are approximate total costs for fall and spring semesters before any financial aid awards.
Students who take fewer than 12 semester hours in a semester are billed $1,375 per semester hour instead of the full tuition.
The financial aid application process (filing a FAFSA) requires an investment of your time, but we are here to help. Please contact the Student Financial Services staff at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 800-326-9672 or 570-372-4450 with your questions or concerns.
We made more than $83 million available in scholarships, grants, loans and Federal Work-Study Program awards in 2017-18. Our average scholarship and grant aid for those who qualify was $31,799.
of students receive aid53%
of students work on campus$83
million in aid awarded in 2016-17
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