Welcome to Centenary College’s Net Price Calculator!
I am pleased that you are taking a proactive role in financing your college education. We hope the results of Centenary College's Net Price Calculator will reveal just how affordable a Centenary College degree may be.
While the Net Price Calculator can be a useful tool, I encourage you to come in and meet with Centenary’s Admissions and Financial Aid staff to gather additional information about the College. Contact our Office of Admissions to schedule a visit.
Director of Financial Aid
How it Works
The calculator estimates the amount of grants, scholarships and other financial aid that is likely to be available to you based on the information provided. Your "net price" is the difference between that amount and the cost of attendance.
First, start by answering some basic questions about you. Next, you will provide information about your family circumstances. The Net Price Calculator uses the information that you provide to estimate the amount of Federal Pell Grant as well as the amount of New Jersey Tuition Aid Grant (TAG) that you may be eligible for. In addition, the Net Price Calculator will estimate the amount of Centenary College grants and scholarships for which you would likely be eligible during the 2014-15 academic year.
Even if your first year of college is further in the future, it can provide a starting point for understanding how Centenary College’s aid program applies to your family.
The Net Price calculator does not represent a final determination, or actual award, of financial assistance. This estimate shall not be binding on the Secretary of Education, Centenary College, or the State of New Jersey Higher Education Student Assistance Authority.
The result you receive is not a commitment of an aid award. While this information reflects Centenary College’s own aid practices (which may differ from other colleges) actual awards for admitted students are determined individually by the aid office. Professional judgment made on a case-by-case basis may result in variations from the standard calculations.
- This is not an application for admissions or financial aid.
- The accuracy of the information you provide on the worksheet affects the accuracy of your estimated results – some will be higher, and some will be lower.