Our Commitment to Value
We believe there are 3 important areas to consider when thinking about value in your college education - Academic Reputation, Location and Affordability. We've put a guide together to help explain this...Our Commitment to Value.
Fordham University is pleased to provide this Net Price Calculator as a resource to assist in early financial planning for college. This calculator will provide a preliminary estimate of federal, state, and institutional aid eligibility, to help families gauge the true cost of a Fordham education.
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Our Individual Approach
In addition to the Net Price Calculator, our financial aid counselors are always ready to meet with you and your family to discuss all of your options and share their knowledge to help you through the process. If you can’t find what you’re looking for through this page, please contact one of our Offices of Student Financial Services.
Fordham offers a variety of scholarships, grants, and gifts of aid to entering freshmen ranging in amounts from $6,000 to full tuition. More specifics are available on this page.
Federal and State Aid
Many students supplement their finances through work-study programs, grants, and loans administered by Fordham. Click here to learn more.
Government Grants and Loans
You might be eligible for more money than you think. This page provides details on academic grants, in addition to other federal and state awards that are available to students and their families.
Knowing where to start is half the battle, so we’ve put together a list of seven reputable scholarship sites you can visit online.
Print our Award Comparison Chart to compare Fordham’s financial aid package to that of other universities you’re considering.
We’ve compiled a list of the private scholarships Fordham offers and explanations of required criteria here.
If you haven’t already, take a look at our new Financial Aid Calculator.
We hope the above information proved helpful and we encourage you to bookmark this page so you can return to it as often as you like during your college search.