Financial aid opportunities (merit- and need-based) are available to help make a private Westminster College education accessible for you and your family. While the steps can seem daunting, Westminster provides the information you need to understand and apply for loans, scholarships, FAFSA, financial aid, and more. Whether you are an undergraduate, graduate, transfer, or international student, the Financial Aid Office works with you to determine the financial opportunities available to you.
Not quite ready to explore financial aid? Get more information about tuition and fees.
Apply for Admission
Submit your application whenever you're ready.
You'll automatically be considered for merit scholarships.
Westminster's FAFSA School Code: 003681
This qualifies you for federal and need-based aid.
A high school diploma or GED are required for receipt of federal grants or loans.
Apply for Additional Scholarships
Locate and apply for external scholarships through
foundations and organizations.
As a private institution, Westminster College maintains the same tuition rates for domestic and international students and offers many of the same financial aid programs. These programs are intended to help qualified students attend Westminster College, regardless of where you come from.
Understanding the financial aid process can be overwhelming. Don't hesitate to reach out if you have any questions.
Hours: Monday–Friday, 8:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.
Location: Bamberger Hall, Room 204
Or you can submit a question online.
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Watch this space for upcoming Financial Aid Nights, an opportunity for prospective students and their parents to learn more about making a Westminster education affordable. Submit your admission application before coming.