The value of a degree from Findlay and the actual cost are two very different numbers
The cost of a Findlay degree is different for every student. Your bottom-line college costs depend on your family’s eligibility for various forms of financial aid. The majority of incoming, first-year students at Findlay find that their total costs after grants, scholarships and financial aid are less than the total cost to attend many of Ohio’s state universities as a residential student.
If you have your associate's degree you earn an additional $1,000 for your academic achievement.
As a transfer student, you can earn up to 18,000.00 a year in academic scholarship. Academic awards are based on cumulative GPA. Learn more about our Financial Aid and Tuition.
Findlay’s college investment plan is a partnership between the University and you and your family. Our goal is to guide you to graduation with the least amount of debt possible. Your part of the partnership is to work hard to build the knowledge base you need to become a successful alumnus.
Take the first steps to find out what your individualized college investment plan at Findlay includes:
- Send your transcripts to Findlay. Your transcripts will help us work with Financial Aid to build an award package that recognizes your outstanding achievements, both in and outside of the classroom.
- Complete Findlay’s Total Degree Cost Calculator. In about five minutes, you will have an accurate dollar amount of what your out-of-pocket cost could be each year at Findlay.
- Complete the FAFSA and list Findlay as a university you are considering attending. Listing UF in the FAFSA will ensure that the Financial Aid Office automatically receives a copy of your federal aid application. This information will be used to enhance your pre-awarded college investment plan.
The average net price to attend Findlay is $21,500, compared to an average net price of $19,600 for the state schools and $23,200 for other private schools in the region.