Afford

What is Financial Aid?

Financial aid is simply money that is used to help cover your educational expenses at D&E. It comes in two forms: gift and self-help aid. Gift aid is money that does not require repayment. Examples of gift aid include Federal Pell Grants and D&E Merit Scholarships. Self-help aid is aid that is either earned through work or borrowed through student loans that must be repaid. Self-help aid can help you to gain valuable work and financial experience while also helping to cover your educational expenses. Federal Work-Study and Federal Stafford Loans are both examples of self-help aid.

How Much Does it Cost?

NEW Student Expenses for the 2017-2018 Academic Year

Tuition$28,500
Room & Board$9,250
Student Association Fees$320
Student Services Fee$172
Total Cost$38,242

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Returning Student Expenses for the 2017-2018 Academic Year

Year Admitted2016-20172015-2016 and prior
Tuition$28,500$27,000
Room & Board$9,250$9,250
Student Association Fees$320$320
Student Services Fee$172$172
Total Cost$38,242$36,742