2022-2023 Tuition and Fees

$37,500 (includes $2,250 enrollment deposit)

Other Costs

Approximate Amount
Public transportation

2022-2023 Tuition Assistance Important Dates

October 12, 2021
2022-2023 Smart Aid application available

December 17, 2021
2022-2023 Smart Aid application deadline for returning and prospective incoming families

Smart Aid Application

1. Complete the Smart Aid application:
General information needed to complete the application:
  • Current income
  • Household expenses
  • Current asset and debt information
  • Smart Aid school code: 13741
To access helpful instructions and an FAQ created by Smart Aid, please click here.

2. Documents to Upload onto the Smart Aid Website

After completing the application, you will be prompted to upload the following documents to the Smart Aid website:
  • Tax return (for the 2022-2023 award year, the 2020 tax return is required) with all schedules. (If you have either an S-Corp or Partnership listed on Schedule E or your 1040, please submit the corresponding K-1's and form 1065 or 1120S)
  • All W-2 and/or 1099 forms (2020 forms are required for the 2022-2023 year)
  • Most recent pay stubs (if applicable)

Tuition Assistance Guidelines and Policies

  • Tuition Assistance is awarded on the basis of family financial circumstances.
  • In evaluating the amount of aid needed to meet tuition costs, the Tuition Assistance Committee takes into account the family’s other children (ages, schools they attend), additional dependents, all sources of income, household expenses, assets and debts.
  • The Tuition Assistance application process occurs at the same time as application for admissions. However, the decisions to accept and to award assistance are separate.
  • Tuition Assistance renewal applicants are given priority (applicant must meet the priority application deadline). Then, consideration is given to continuing students seeking aid for the first time who have met the priority application deadline.
  • Priority for Tuition Assistance to incoming students is given first to initial admits that meet the priority application deadline.
  • Renewal of Tuition Assistance is based on continued financial need, and new forms and tax returns must be submitted each year. All Tuition Assistance awards are contingent upon payment in full of the prior year’s account.
  • In the case of divorced or separated parents, both parents must submit financial information on the Smart Aid application. That can be done on one application or separate applications. Both parents must submit tax forms, W-2 or 1099 forms and paystubs to Smart Aid.
  • If one parent has no contact with the family, the custodial parent should submit third-party verification explaining the situation, (i.e. court documents, or other individual with knowledge of the situation).

Tuition Assistance FAQ

List of 10 frequently asked questions.

For Questions Please Contact: