Applying For Financial Aid
Applying for financial aid at Utica University is an integral part of the admissions process.
How To Apply
For detailed instructions, visit our Financial Aid Services page:
Answering the Affordability Question
THREE SIMPLE STEPS
Step 1 | File Your FAFSA
First, you need to file your Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) to determine your eligibility for federal grants and loans. If you haven’t already done so, don’t wait - submit your FAFSA now at fafsa.gov. Please note:
- The FAFSA opens each year on October 1.
- Utica University has established no deadline or priority date for the FAFSA to be completed. Applicants may file on a rolling basis.
- Prospective students will receive notification of their financial aid award package two weeks after being accepted into Utica University and filing the FAFSA.
Factors considered in this application include:
- Family size
- Number of students in your family attending university
The FAFSA determines your Expected Family Contribution (EFC) and the maximum amount of federal aid you can receive. This information is provided to your financial aid counselor at Utica, who will look into other sources of assistance available through the University, including:
- Federal, State and Institutional Grants
- Endowed Scholarships
- Alternative loans
Step 2 | Run The Numbers
You can get a rough estimate of your cost of attendance at Utica University by using our Net Price Calculator (utica.edu/npc). You can also contact your Financial Aid Counselor for more information.
Step 3 | Visit Us
Go to utica.edu/visit and:
- register for an admissions event
- arrange a private visit for you, your family, your friends – whoever you want to bring.
During your visit, you will have an opportunity to meet with a financial aid counselor and get your questions answered. You can also take a tour of campus, talk with students and faculty, and discover a little more of what it means to be a Pioneer.
“I first visited Utica with my brother, and I loved it. When I found out about the tuition reset, Utica blew all my other choices out of the water. It made the decision an easy one.”
Kashawn Stroman '20
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