Cost and Financial Aid
|2014-15 Tuition, Fees, Room & Board
We offer a wide variety of need-based financial aid to help you cover your college tuition and expenses, and we're here to guide you through the financial aid process.
- Types of Financial Aid
- How to Apply for Financial Aid
- Net Price Calculator
- Loans and Financing Options
- Financial Aid for International Students
How much financial aid will I receive?
Your financial aid award is based on your financial need, which is determined by your FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) and the Knox Financial Aid Application (PDF). Approximately 80% percent of new (U.S. first-year) students entering in fall 2013 qualified for financial aid based on need. Here's what those students received:
|Average Financial Aid Awards for U.S. First-Year Students Enrolled in the Fall of 2013|
|Total Family Income||Average Award*||Award Range*|
|$0 - $35,999||$45,643||$31,430 - $49,931|
|$36,000 - $71,999||$41,938||$28,847 - $48,802|
|$72,000 - $107,999||$33,968||$21,500 - $44,148|
|$108,000 - $125,999||$29,930||$21,155 - $37,540|
|$126,000 and over||$27,447||$15,500 - $37,380|
*Awards include scholarships, grants, federal student loans, and student employment.
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