Tuition and Financial Aid

Affording Franklin

We believe that a quality education should be affordable and accessible. That’s why we’re committed to making it possible for you to pursue your goals, dreams and ambitions at Franklin. In fact, just last year we awarded over $31.4 million in aid to students.

Dates and Deadlines

Rolling: admissions and scholarship notifications
October 1 – April 15: submit FAFSA application
December 1: submit completed admissions application for maximum aid consideration
May 1: enrollment deposit deadline

Tuition and Fees

From textbooks to living expenses, we’ve outlined exactly how much you should plan on for a Franklin education. We’ve also included a net price calculator to help you estimate your financial aid options.

Plan Your Budget

Applying for Financial Aid

We provide support by answering questions, offering guidance and even walking you through how to file your FAFSA. From beginning to end, we’re here for you and your family.

Apply for Financial Aid
Types of Financial Aid

Multiple types of financial assistance are available for students of all backgrounds. We also offer benefits to military service members, veterans and their dependents. Discover what option might be best for you and we’ll walk you through the possibilities.

Financial Aid


Scholarships and Grants

Scholarships and grants don’t require repayment. They may be academic, merit or need-based.

Government Aid

Government aid is need-based and allows us to administer $31.4 million in aid to approximately 1,000 students annually.

Work-Study

The Federal Work-Study Program provides financial assistance to you through part-time campus employment.

Loans

Many kinds of loans are available to you as a student. These require repayment but can make a bachelor’s degree possible.

Investing in Your Future

We’ve been named a best nationwide college for your money by College Factual. That’s because an investment in Franklin is an investment in a future full of professional success and personal satisfaction. In fact, studies show that students with a liberal arts degree are both living well and achieving financial success across the country. And at Franklin, our graduates accept jobs and graduate school offers at an exceptionally high rate.

Let’s Talk

We’re happy you’re interested in Franklin College!

If you have specific questions, contact the office of financial aid at 888.852.6471 or 317.738.8075 or email us at finaid@FranklinCollege.edu.