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Eligible students may borrow up to $27,000 during their undergraduate education.
Parents may borrow an annual amount up to the cost of attendance less financial aid.
There are a variety of private education loans that are available to Susquehanna students.
of students work on campus96%
of students receive aid$83
million in aid awarded in 2016-17
We dispel some myths surrounding the cost of a liberal arts education, such as:
- A private college education is outrageously expensive—no one can afford it.
- There is little difference between undergraduate experiences. College is college.
- Liberal arts graduates have no practical skills, so how will they land that first job?
The truth? A Susquehanna education is a smart investment in your future!Read More
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