When will I hear how much financial aid I will receive? Is there any way to know sooner?

If you meet the application deadlines, your aid will be ready for you to review in your Admission packet.  See the chart below for specific dates. If you'd like to estimate your aid in advance, we encourage you to use our interactive cost estimators.

Early Decision

Date Items Due
Nov 15th

CSS Profile (if parents are divorced or separated, both parents must complete a separate CSS Profile)

FAFSA application due
December Early Decision Aid Estimate Available with Admissions Information

Regular Decision

Date Items Due  
February 1st 

CSS Profile (if parents are divorced or separated, both parents must complete a separate CSS Profile)

FAFSA application due

 
April 1st  Regular Decision Aid Available with Admissions Information  

*Please use the IRS data retrieval tool to import your tax information into the FAFSA

Note: Some applicants may be required to submit copies of tax returns and/or additional documentation to the College Board.

If this is the case, you will receive an email communication from the College Board providing you with instructions on how to submit any additional requirements through their online IDOC service.

If you do not receive a request to submit additional information, the Karsh Office of Undergraduate Financial Support has enough information to provide an estimated financial aid award at the time of admission.