Cost & Financial Aid
The importance of choosing a university that delivers the highest returns cannot be overstated. Bryant’s innovative curriculum, purposeful student life program, and award-winning career education center ensure that your investment holds its value.
Paths to a Bryant education
These six character sketches – composites of many Bryant students – illustrate the variety of financial options that students and their families have taken to make the dream of a Bryant education a reality.
HOW TO APPLY
To be considered for financial aid, you will need to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) used to determine your eligibility for federal and institutional aid.
FAFSA filing DEADLINES
|11/15||Transfer students for spring term|
|1/1||First date the 2016-17 FAFSA may be submitted to Department of Education|
|2/15||Deadline for students seeking Sept. 2016 entrance|
|3/1||Deadline for returning students seeking aid in 2016-17|
|4/1||Transfer students for fall term|
SCHOLARSHIPS and grants
For the upcoming year, Bryant will offer roughly $16 million in institutional grants and merit scholarships to incoming freshmen. Federal Pell Grants also are available to eligible students.
Don’t assume you are ineligible for financial aid. Because rules, regulations, and requirements change from year to year, you should at least apply. The time involved could pay a surprising dividend.
Learn more about the Federal Perkins Loan, Federal Direct Subsidized Loan, and Federal Direct PLUS Loan, and how they differ from private non-federal loans.
basics of financial assistance
Financial assistance may be made as a grant or scholarship, which typically does not require repayment;
education loan that require repayment over time; and/or part-time work-study employment.
Your return on investment
The enduring power of a Bryant degree continues to be recognized among the best in the country. The U.S. Department of Education and Money magazine give Bryant impressive marks for students' post-graduation salaries and on value for tuition dollars.