We recognize the impact that financial considerations can have on a student’s college decision. At La Salle, we’re committed to providing our students with the highest quality of education at a cost that’s affordable for them.
In the Fall 2014 freshman class, 97 percent of students received institutional aid from La Salle, and the average institutional grant and scholarship was $22,268. Overall, La Salle awarded more than $70 million in University-funded grants and scholarships to undergraduate students.
We offer many forms of financial assistance:
Available on the federal level and through La Salle University, grants are typically need-based and do not need to be paid back.
The Federal Perkins and Federal Direct Loan programs are federally funded, low-interest loans to assist college students.
Federal College Work Study gives students the opportunity to work on campus to earn money that they can use to help with everyday expenses or to pay tuition.
Awarded on the basis of academic achievement or other personal merits, La Salle offers several scholarship opportunities, most of which have requirements for annual renewal.