The Financial Aid Office is your partner. We provide access to a DePauw education by proactively serving and educating families of varied economic backgrounds.
Financial aid is administered with a commitment towards equity, consistency and transparency. It's important to note that the direct cost may not be the true cost to your family. We offer merit scholarships for academic achievement, accomplished leadership and involvement. We also offer financial aid based on need. Paying for college is a partnership between students, their families and the University. We carefully look at each student's unique financial circumstances and offer each student the best package we possibly can.
2016-2017 DIRECT COSTS
|Breakdown of DIRECT Costs|
|Housing & Meals||$12,240|
|* For a complete breakdown of current costs, please refer to the University Catalog.
Direct costs represent only those costs billed by DePauw University. In addition to the above costs, students should plan to spend an estimated $900 for required course books as well as an estimated $1,300 for personal and transportation expenses.
Using the net price calculator, you can obtain a preliminary estimate of your out-of-pocket expenses and the possibilities for federal, state and certain types of institutional aid for which you may be eligible.
CSS/PROFILE - Required to be considered for institutional need-based assistance.
(School Code 1166)
FAFSA - Required for federal and state assistance.
(School Code 001792)
READY TO ASSIST YOU
The Financial Aid Office provides information and assistance to students all year.
For more information on setting up a payment plan, click here.
Our office is open from 8 a.m. until 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday.
Summer Hours are 8 a.m - 12 p.m and 1 p.m. - 4 p.m., Monday through Friday. To set up an appointment with our staff, call 765-658-4030.
FINANCIAL AID FACTS
* Your direct costs represent only those costs billed by DePauw University. In addition to the above costs, students should plan to spend an estimated $900 for required course books as well as an estimated $1,300 for personal and transportation expenses.