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Gannon University is pleased to provide this Net Price Calculator as a guide to assist current high school seniors and their parents plan for their educational costs. Please keep in mind that the estimated amounts will only be as accurate as the information you provide. Results are based on our 2014-15 Cost of Attendance figures and student financial aid eligibility requirements.
If you are interested in a more specific, personal review of your financial aid eligibility, Gannon University offers an Early Version Award (EVA) application. This form is attached to the paper Admissions application or it can be printed from our website. The EVA can be completed anytime before March 15th, however, we recommend you submit the EVA application at the time you apply for Admissions. Once you are accepted to the University, the Financial Aid Office will send you a more precise estimate of your financial aid. We believe the more information you know about the process and what you are eligible for, the better.
The calculator and the EVA do not replace the 2015-2016 Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), which should be completed after January 1, 2015. Your submitted FAFSA will be the final determinant for your need based aid.
Before beginning, it will be helpful for both student and parent to have the following items available:
As you begin exploring college costs, it’s important to understand the financial aid and scholarship process and the options available to you. Please know that we are here to assist you every step of the way. If you have questions or concerns, we encourage you to contact our Financial Aid office at 1-800-GANNONU, option 4, or email@example.com.
*Future costs and financial aid estimates are subject to change. Results of the calculator are not guaranteed and special circumstances are reviewed by the Financial Aid Office. The accuracy of your estimated awards is based on the information you provide. It is intended for traditional, incoming undergraduate domestic students. The estimated awards are based on the assumption that the student will complete the FAFSA.