A Net Price Calculator
Tuition & Fees
- Tuition = $37,870
- Fees = $750
- Room and Board = $10,710
- Total = $49,340
- Minus Juniata's generous financial aid.
Juniata is committed to working with students and their families to ensure that the ability to pay doesn't prevent a student from enjoying the career momentum of a Juniata education.
Advantages of Juniata’s Top 100 Education
- 44% of students study abroad (supported by financial aid).
- 96% graduate in 4 years.
- Even in recession, over 90% of graduates are employed or in graduate school.
- 90% have at least one career-enhancing, hands-on learning experience.
Juniata Fast Facts:
- More than $24 million in institutional financial aid was awarded to Juniata students in 2011-12.
- For the Class of 2015, students who demonstrated financial need, the average financial aid package was $29,800.
- For the Class of 2015, average financial aid resources in the form of grants and scholarships that do not need to be repaid was $21,375.
- 99% of our full-time, first-year undergraduate students received assistance through merit scholarships or need-based grants for 2011-12.
Elizabeth Buenzli '11
International Studies, French, and Communication
Juniata made it possible for me to get a great college experience, including study abroad, on a budget that I was able to afford. Now, as a graduate, I am confident that I will be able to get a job in my field and pay off my student loans without any problems. Both the admissions office and the office of financial planning were with me throughout my Juniata journey and beyond. I got great advice and I know that even now, as a Juniata graduate, if I have any questions regarding my student loans, I can still contact Juniata.
Father of Zack Palchak ’13
Pre-enrollment and since, I’ve worked closely with Juniata’s financial team exploring all tuition funding options available. Their team and assistance have made obtaining a Juniata education affordable for my son, Zack.
Father of Elise Mihranian ’14
Working college tuition into your budget is certainly not easy. The payment plan makes it easier to manage and there isn’t any interest or hidden fees, just the one-time enrollment fee. With my daughter’s on-campus job and other self-help dollars, her scholarship and the payment plan, all the pieces of the puzzle came together.