One of the most significant financial commitments you will make in your life is investing in a college education. Financial assistance is available for eligible students through Endicott College, federal, state, and private programs. Over 86% of the student body at Endicott receive some form of financial aid. Over 43 million dollars of need and merit based scholarships, grants, loans and on-campus employment are disbursed annually, of which almost $23 million are provided by Endicott College. The average student indebtedness upon graduation from federal loan programs is $24,220. Individual student debt may be higher if private loan sources are utilized.
To qualify for financial aid, a student must be a United States citizen or eligible non-citizen, be enrolled in an approved program, and be in good academic standing. Most of the aid programs require that a student demonstrate financial need. The family contribution is determined by submitting the Free Application For Student Aid (FAFSA). Financial need is defined as the difference between the Cost of Attendance and the amount the student's family is expected to contribute.
Every applicant's financial status is evaluated carefully so that each financial aid award will accommodate a particular student's need. All students must reapply for financial aid each year and must maintain Satisfactory Academic Progress to remain eligible.
International students may be considered for a number of institutional scholarships. The Financial Aid Committee makes selection for these awards. Students may also be considered for Endicott Presidential Academic and Endicott Health Sciences scholarships. The Admission Office notifies eligible recipients of these awards shortly after the offer of acceptance to the College. International students however, are not eligible for any federal, state, or need-based Endicott grants.
Endicott College's Financial Aid staff follows the National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrator's Code of Ethical Principles and Code of Conduct for Financial Aid Administrators. If you have any questions regarding our financial aid policies or procedures, please do not hesitate to contact us.