How Much Financial Assistance is Available?
$53,225 is the average Vanderbilt University's freshman financial aid offer. Around 63.0% of freshman students obtain financial aid, most of which is scholarships and grants.
Financial aid helps decrease the expense, or the "sticker" price of the school. However, know that the only real discounts off the cost of college are in the form of grants and scholarships.
Student debt really should be regarded as an "outcome" rather than "aid". Learn more on student loan debt at Vanderbilt.
How Much Is Offered in Grants & Scholarships?
The stats below refer to aid which is supplied by Vanderbilt University.
62.0% of freshmen (990 total) were given scholarships at Vanderbilt University, averaging $42,932 per person. This puts it in the top 20th percentile of all colleges in the nation.
253 first years also received federal grant aid. About 16.0% of Vanderbilt freshmen received grants around $6,086 per person.
How are scholarships and grants given away to first years at Vanderbilt? See the chart listed below.
Scholarships are merit-based, while grants are given based on financial need.
How Income Level Affects Financial Aid
Determine how much grant and scholarship assistance you may expect to be given based on your income level. The chart following displays freshmen getting Title IV aid including PLUS loans.
|Income Level||Percent of Freshman||Average Assistance|
|Income 110k +||13.4%||$33,479|
Title IV aid contains loans, grants, or work-study granted from the government commonly based on need. Learn more here.
$42,483 is the Standard Amount an Undergraduate Receives in Scholarships or Grants
Of the 6,861 undergrads at Vanderbilt University about 66.0% (4,556 in total) get some form of grant aid. The average amount granted was $42,483.
Vanderbilt University Financial Aid Information
|Financial Aid Department Website||www.vanderbilt.edu/financialaid/|
|Net Price Calculator||https://vanderbilt.studentaidcalculator.com/survey.aspx|