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Richmond's Net Price Calculator is designed to give you an indication of how much and what types of financial aid you might qualify for if you were a college freshman attending the University of Richmond full time. As you use this tool, keep in mind there are many factors that go into assessing the estimated price you receive, and each school assesses financial aid eligibility differently.

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    The calculator assesses the financial situation of your family using the information you provide and then estimates the amount of grants, scholarships and other financial aid that is likely to be available to you. Your "net price" is the difference between the Cost of Attendance and the estimated amount of grants and scholarships.

The Value of a Richmond Education

Before you can evaluate the estimated cost you receive from the Net Price Calculator, you first must understand the value of the educational investment you’ll be making. We invite you to learn more about the Richmond experience:

What You Need to Know About Richmond's Calculator

  • This is not an application for admission or financial aid.
  • The results will only be as reliable as the data you provide.
  • The Net Price Calculator only provides an estimate of your net price and eligibility for financial aid. Richmond's Financial Aid Office will determine the final aid award based on your actual financial aid application.
  • This calculator primarily determines eligibility for need-based aid and student loans. It does not account for merit scholarships or other sources of aid that may significantly reduce the cost of college. For more information on these types of aid, visit Richmond's Financial Aid website.
  • This calculator works best for families that earn most of their income from wages. Families who are self-employed may find the results to be less accurate.
  • This calculator is not designed to estimate financial aid for families in which the parents are divorced or separated.
  • This calculator is not designed to estimate financial aid for international students nor for families with foreign income.
  • You must submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and the CSS PROFILE by February 15 of the year you plan to attend college in order to receive your actual financial aid award. Copies of federal tax returns must be submitted by March 1.


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