Financial Aid Office
(2017-18 academic year)
|PA Resident||Non-PA Resident|
|Tuition + Fees**||$10,281.60||$14,668.40|
|Room (double occupancy Highlands suite)||$8,140||$8,140|
|Board (14 meal plan + $300 Flex + $25 Boro Bucks)||$3,036||$3,036|
*The current 2017-18 fee schedule is listed above, however fees are subject to change without prior notice.
Tuition and fee rates are set annually by the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education Board of Governors.
**Some degrees require an additional program fee.
Please note that this is an estimated amount used to determine cost of attendance and will not be your actual bill amount. For details on these costs, visit the Bursar's Office.
Use the Net Price Calculator to calculate your estimated cost of attendance at Edinboro University through CollegePortraits.org based on your personal and financial background.
The mission of the financial aid office is to provide access to education by reducing financial barriers through aid programs. These programs promote educational opportunities and deliver financial aid to qualified students. We wish to assist students and families with the aid process and to help facilitate educational success. We will provide the highest quality of services and offer as many opportunities for financial aid as possible. Additionally, we make a conscious effort to reach out to those with exceptional economic and educational needs.
We're dedicated to providing high-quality service in a fair, sensitive, and confidential environment to all individuals, regardless of background, culture or lifestyle. It is our mission to provide accurate, timely and helpful information to the Edinboro community.
For more information, go to Financial Aid.
For information on federal government loans and grants, visit the United States Department of Education website.
Edinboro University offers a wide variety of scholarships for academics, athletics, graduate study and more. For most scholarships, all qualifying students are automatically considered for the awards by completing the FAFSA. In cases where an application is required, the Financial Aid Office contacts students by email.