Financial Aid Calculator

 

 

Step 1: Please provide the requested information. Your responses will be used to calculate an estimated amount that students like you paid - before scholarships, grant aid, and student loans - to attend this institution in a given year.
Step 2: Provide this information and then click Continue.
Step 3: Based on the information you provided in previous steps, your dependency status is estimated to be Dependent. Provide this information and then click Continue.
Step 4: Based on the information you provided in previous steps, your dependency status is estimated to be Independent. Provide this information and then click Continue.
Step 5: Review the information you have provided, You can click Modify to return to Step 1 and edit this information, or if you are happy with the current selections, click Continue to receive your estimated net price.

Step 6:

Based on the information you have provided, the following calculations represent the average net price of attendance that students similar to you paid in the given year:

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By clicking below, I acknowledge that the estimate provided using this calculator does not represent a final determination, or actual award, of financial assistance, or a final net price; it is an estimate based on price of attendance and financial aid provided to students in a previous year. Price of attendance and financial aid availability change year to year. The estimates shall not be binding on the Secretary of Education, Union College, or the State. Students must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) in order to be eligible for, and receive, an actual financial aid award that includes Federal grant, loan, or work-study assistance. For more information on applying for Federal student aid, go to http://www.fafsa.ed.gov/

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Financial aid: Do you plan to apply for financial aid?
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Age: How old are you?
Living arrangement: Where do you plan to live while attending this institution?
On-campus (in a residence hall, dormitory, or on-campus apartment)
Living on my own or with a roommate
Living with my parents or other family members
Residency: Eligible for in-state tuition
Eligible for in-district tuition
Eligible for out-of-state tuition
Marital Status: Are you (the student) married?
(Answer "yes" if you are separated but not divorced.)
Yes
No
Children: Do you (the student) have any dependent children?
Yes
No
Class Standing: Are you (the student) entering college as a Freshman or a transfer student?
Freshman
Transfer
Merit Scholarship:
For transfer students: only the GPA is applicable; ignore ACT/SAT and GED scores.
Which category do you qualify for?
GPA 3.5+/GED 650+ and
ACT 27+/SAT 1820+
GPA 3.25+/GED 600+ and
ACT 23+/SAT 1590+
GPA 3.0+/GED 550+ or
ACT 20+/SAT 1410+
None of the above, but completed FAFSA before deadline (August 20).
None
Summer Ministries Matching Scholarship: How much did you earn from working at a summer camp?
Union will match 75% of earnings up to $1,200 of earnings put toward your Union College bill.

How much did you earn from Literature Evangelism?
Union will match 100% up to $2,000 of earnings put toward your Union College bill.
Church Matching Grant: How much money will you receive from a congregation?
Worthy students who receive money on their account directly from a church qualify for the church matching grant. Union will match 50 cents for each dollar sent from the church up to a maximum match of $1,650 from Union College
State of Residence: What state do you live in?
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Working Parents: How many working parents do you have?
(Answer "One-parent family" if you only have one parent)
Two working parents
One-parent family
Two parents, one working parent
Parent's Age: What is the age of your older parent?
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Number in Family: How many people are in your family's household?
(Count yourself, your parent(s), and your parents' other children who are under the age of 24.)
 
Number in College: Of the number in your family above, how many will be in college next year?
(Count yourself and your siblings; do not count your parents.)
 
Parent Information: What is the income of your parent(s)?
  • Include income from work, child support, and other sources.
  • If your parent is single, separated, or divorced, include the income for the parent with whom you live.
  • If the parent with whom you live is remarried, include both your parent's income and his/her spouse's income.


U.S. Income Tax Paid Last Year:


What is the net worth of the investments of your parent(s)
  • If negative, enter zero
  • Do not include the family's home
Total Cash, Savings & Checking


Net worth of investments:
(Not including business, investment farm, cash, or savings & checking)


Net worth of business and/or investment farm:


Student Information: What is your income?
Student Income:

U.S. Income Tax Paid Last Year:


What is the net worth of your investments
  • If negative, enter zero
  • Do not include the student's home
Total Cash, Savings & Checking


Net worth of investments:
(Not including business, investment farm, cash, or savings & checking)


Net worth of business and/or investment farm:

 
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Household Information: How many people are in your household?
(Count yourself and your spouse and children, if applicable. If you live in your parents' household, DO NOT COUNT YOUR PARENTS)
 
  Of the number of people in your family's household, how many will be in college next year?
(Count yourself, your spouse (if applicable), and any children who are under the age of 24.)
 
  Is your spouse enrolled at least 1/2 of the time?(At least 6 credit hours)Yes
No

 
Household Income: What is your household income?
(Include income from work, child support, and other sources; if you are married, include your spouse's income.)

Student Income:

Spouse Income:

U.S. Income Tax Paid Last Year:


What is the net worth of your investments
  • If negative, enter zero
  • Do not include the student's home
Total Cash, Savings & Checking


Net worth of investments:
(Not including business, investment farm, cash, or savings & checking)


Net worth of business and/or investment farm:

 
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Academic Year: 2012-13
Estimated total price of attendance: $00,000
a. Estimated tuition and fees $00,000
b. Estimated room and board $00,000
c. Estimated books and supplies $00,000
d. Estimated other expenses
    (Personal expenses, transportation, etc.)
$00,000
Estimated total grant aid: $00,000
Estimated government aid $00,000
Estimated Union need-based aid $00,000
Estimated merit-based scholarship $00,000
Estimated summer ministries matching scholarships $00,000
Estimated Local Church Matching Grant $00,000
Estimated net price:
(Price of attendance minus grant aid)
$00,000
 
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Remember, institutional and government grants and awards aren't the only way to finance your education. Low-interest student loans are available to make up the difference, and there are thousands of scholarships available from foundations and corporations. A little time spent researching and applying for external scholarships can have big rewards.
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  Please Note: The estimates above apply to full-time, first-time undergraduate students only. 

These estimates do not represent a final determination, or actual award, of financial assistance or a final net price; they are only estimates based on price of attendance and financial aid provided to new students in 2011-12. Price of attendance and financial aid availability change year to year. These estimates are not binding on Union College or any other organizations. All students are advised to contact a financial aid advisor for an official financial plan (sfs [at] ucollege [dot] edu).

Not all students receive financial aid. In 2008-09, 93% of our full-time students enrolling for college for the first time received grant/scholarship aid. Students may also be eligible for student loans and work-study. Students must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) in order to determine their eligibility for Federal financial aid that includes Federal grant, loan, or work-study assistance. For more information on applying for Federal student aid, go to http://www.fafsa.ed.gov/

Two types of federal aid have been used in this estimate: the PELL and the FSEOG. A student may receive more federal aid than these grants, including other grants and subsidized or unsubsidized loans.
 

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