Scholarships, Grants and Loans
A Nationally Recognized Education that is Affordable
The Office of Enrollment Management assists students in creating a financial plan that fits their current needs and their future goals in the following ways:
- Through academic and/or co-curricular merit scholarships that over 70 percent of Arcadia undergraduate students receive.
- Through federal and state grants, student loans and campus employment that provide additional financial support for qualifying students.
- Through the Arcadia University Office of Enrollment Management, which works closely with students and their parents to assist in every phase of the financial aid process.
- Through outside scholarships that Arcadia can help students research.
At Arcadia University, 99 percent of full-time undergraduates receive need-based and/or merit-based grants and scholarships through the University. These scholarships and grants are made possible through the generous gifts of alumni, parents, faculty, staff and friends of Arcadia University. This financial program works to make the unique Arcadia experience affordable.
Arcadia University's Federal School Code for the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid)=003235.
Click to view Arcadia's Title IV Loan School Code of Conduct.
To view all consumer disclosure information (HEOA "Right to Know" information), visit http://www.arcadia.edu/your-right-to-know.htm.
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