Bottom line: 99% of students at Findlay receive financial aid.
A college education at the University of Findlay will be one of the most important investments you will make. Financial aid can help bridge the gap between the student's resources and the cost of education. At Findlay, our college investment plan is designed to make investing in your future more affordable. The Office of Financial Aid works with each student every step of the way to develop a customized, financial aid plan that meets your financial needs to help you reach your educational goals.
The 2023-2024 FAFSA will be available on October 1. Students must apply for financial aid each year by filing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid
To be eligible for any federal financial aid, all new and continuing students and their parents are required to complete and submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). All students who complete the FAFSA will qualify for federal loans. In addition to scholarships and grants, your award package may include a suggested amount for federal student loan programs (Federal Direct Stafford Loan or Federal Direct PLUS Loan) and work-study.
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.
Our Net Price Calculator enables a student to estimate the total cost of earning a degree at Findlay. The online tool is part of the University’s transparent efforts to be student-centered in our approach to offering a meaningful education.
A detailed view of the tuition and fees, including housing, food, and general fees.
Applying for aid is as simple as filing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).
The following links will take you to other websites that might provide useful information in locating funding for your higher education.
Financial Aid Resources
Scholarship program to graduate students who work for a Hancock County (Ohio) based business or school.