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Welcome to the Net Price Calculator

Welcome to Antioch College's Net Price Calculator!

The calculator is designed to give you an early indication of how much and what types of financial aid you might qualify for while attending school full-time in the academic year indicated. It is a tool which we hope will give you a clear picture of options and opportunities so you can make more informed decisions about your college choices.

As you use the calculator, please remember:

  1. This is not an application for admission or financial aid. To learn more about the admission process, please visit: http://antiochcollege.edu/admission
  2. The results will only be as reliable as the data you provide.
  3. The net price calculator will only give you an estimate of your net price and aid eligibility. The financial aid office has the final word on your financial aid award.
  4. The net price calculator is based on information from the 2017-2018 award year, and institutional funding changes annually.  Federal Student Aid includes Pell Grants, Stafford loans, and Parent Plus Loans. We also offer institutional aid to assist with costs. This includes the Horace Mann Fellowship, which is valued at half-tuition or greater for 15 consecutive terms, and is awarded to every student admitted in 2017-2018. If admitted, we ask all students to complete the FAFSA as early as possible.  For more information about our financial aid procedures, please visit http://antiochcollege.edu/admission/aid-affordability.

Note to International Students: Antioch College cannot accept applications from students who need an F-1 student visa to study in the United States. The College does not have the authority to assist students with immigration support. We require that all of our students have the ability to work legally in the United States. This usually means that students must be US citizens or permanent residents.

Completing the calculator should take no more than 20 minutes of your time. You will need to answer some basic questions about your parents' financial situation so it might be helpful to have recent tax forms or pay stubs on hand before you begin.

  • How does it work? The calculator measures the financial strength of your family and uses other facts you provide to estimate the amount of grants, scholarships and other financial aid that is likely to be available to you. Your "net price" is the difference between that amount and the cost of attendance.

We're happy you are beginning to explore how to plan and pay for your college education. We will help you every step of the way. Using the net price calculator, you can determine your eligibility for financial aid from schools to which you plan to apply and estimate your out-of-pocket expenses. Rather than shy away from applying to colleges that seem to be out of your price range, results from the net price calculator will show you how affordable those institutions may be. 

Even if you're not going to college in the near future, the net price calculator will still be helpful. Younger students and their parents can use this tool to learn about college costs and receive early financial aid information. You can create "what if" scenarios based on expected family income and anticipated expenses, and start to plan and save well before applying to college. 

Colleges have different resources and financial aid policies, so your "net price" will vary from institution to institution. Also, special circumstances are considered by financial aid offices on a case-by-case basis. If your situation is unusual, you may want to contact the financial aid office at the colleges to which you are admitted.

When you're ready to begin, you can sign in with your College Board user name and password or use the calculator as a guest. The advantage of signing in is that the information you enter will be saved in your account, so you can use it again and again to calculate your net price at other colleges of interest. Good luck!

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