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Cost 2013 - 2014
- Tuition = $36,410
- Fees = $760
- Room and Board = $10,300
- Total = $47,470
Scholarships and Financial Planning
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Scholarships and 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. Need-based financial aid and academic scholarships are among the most significant ways of doing this.
Juniata awarded over $25 million in scholarships and grants for the 2012-13 academic year. Through these resources, work study, and ensuring that students can graduate in four years or less, the average graduate in 2011 had loans of $30,751. To learn how Juniata may help you manage the cost of an education, use the Personal Cost Estimator. The estimator generally produces a summary that is within $1,000 of the total scholarship and aid that Juniata awards. More detail is available in the Scholarship & Financial Planning brochure.
Academic Merit Scholarships
Juniata offers an array of competitive scholarships that recognize the outstanding achievements of incoming students without regard to financial need. Academic Scholarships at Juniata reward students who do well academically, but also contribute to their school and community by getting involved. For most scholarships at Juniata, all you have to do is apply to be considered! There are four major groups of scholarships.
James Quinter Scholarships, valued at $80,000 over four years ($20,000 per year), honor the College’s first president. Students whose cumulative GPA is 3.75 or better and who receive at least a 1320 (M+V)/30 ACT Composite or better are eligible for consideration. For students transferring 27 or more credits, their GPA for college credits will be used. For others, a combination of college and high school credits will be used.
Calvert Ellis Scholarships, valued at up to $72,000 over four years (up to $18,000 per year), honor the president who led Juniata in the post-World War II era. These scholarships range from $10,000 to $18,000 per year and are determined by a review of the student’s academic, extracurricular and community achievements.
Heritage and Ray Day Scholarships, valued between $2,000 and $8,000 per year are counselor recommended and awarded to students who show commitment to academic excellence, leadership and community service that culminate in a level of understanding among diverse groups.
Phi Theta Kappa Scholarships - Two $24,000 scholarships at Juniata College are awarded annually to students with outstanding academic achievements signified by a grade point average of no less than 3.85. Eligibility is limited to members of Phi Theta Kappa Honorary who have completed a minimum of forty-five semester hours. Selection of scholarship recipients is based on applications, and interviews and considers extracurricular and community experiences in addition to academic work. To apply, contact Brett Basom, Director of Admission and Transfer Coordinator, by email at basomb@Juniata.ed.
Juniata has a variety of grants that are used to make the College as affordable as possible. On average, 88% of a student's demonstrated need is met. For all non-scholarship aid, the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is required. When completing the FAFSA, Juniata's code number is 003279.
- All who demonstrate financial need and meet application deadlines receive aid.
- Average financial aid package for first-year students was $29,241.
- Campus employment up to $2,500 per year for first year students and $5,400 for seniors chosen as Juniata Associates.