Calculate Your Cost of Attendance
How much should I expect to pay?
The Ashland University Net Price Calculator will help you estimate your out-of-pocket costs as well as provide an estimate of financial aid for your upcoming year. Incoming freshmen and transfer students can be financially prepared to begin your college education.
Incoming freshmen will need your high school GPA and your ACT score. Transfer students will need their cumulative college GPA and college credit hours accrued.
Please note that this is an estimate; its result is formulated from the information provided. You will receive an official offer once your FAFSA and all required documentation are received.
The Ashland Promise provides an affordable education through offering many forms of financial aid including scholarships, grants, loans, and student employment.
Approximately 98% of undergraduate students receive financial aid at Ashland University.
Learn about the financial resources available to every student and how to finalize your Federal loans.
Financial Aid For Your Student Type
Financial Aid Steps
To receive your financial aid in a timely manner, please complete these steps:
Apply — Complete your FAFSA by March 15 using Ashland University’s school code 003012. You and your parent(s) will each be prompted to create your own FSA ID when you log on to the FAFSA site and you will use that FSA ID to sign your completed FAFSA.
Review Financial Aid Offer — Review your offer on Self-Service. All prospective and current students will be notified in their AU email that their Financial Aid Offer is available. Check your Ashland University email account frequently for revised offers and important notices from the Financial Aid Office.
Complete Loan Processes — For any federal loans listed on your Financial Aid Offer that you wish to accept, federal loan borrowing requirements must be completed. If you wish to cancel or reduce any of your loans, please email the Financial Aid Office at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Financial Aid Forms
Financial Aid on Your Bill
The billing statement shows your actual charges for one semester, less any financial aid that has been credited to your account and what you owe. Certain situations may impact the ability for financial aid to apply to your billing statement. Reasons include:
- Federal grants and loans do not get credited to your account until 10 days before your first class of the semester begins.
- The Financial Aid Office may be waiting on requested documents, such as verification and/or tax returns, and some of your financial aid is on may be on hold awaiting document completion.until those forms are returned.
- You may still need to complete the required loan processes.
- Federal student loans have an origination fee; therefore, the amount you may receive as a disbursement may be slightly lower than the amount you accepted.
Reasons for variations in your billing statement may include:
- You may be taking classes with extra course or departmental fees not estimated on the financial aid offer letter that cover lab materials, assessments or certifications.
- You chose Selection of a different higher priced housing and/or meal plan option that increased your costs.
- Assessed You may still be eligible to waive your Student Health Insurance Fee that has not been waived by the student.
- Assessed a tuition overload fee.
Student employment earnings do not apply directly to your bill until you secure an on-campus job, complete a student employment contract with the Student Accounts Office and earn funds over time based on hours worked.
For questions about your billing statement, view the Student Accounts Office page.
Financial Aid FAQs
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