Cost of Attendance

We understand that cost is an important consideration for most families when choosing a college. The financial aid process may feel daunting to you; however, our office is here to help. We encourage all students who feel they need assistance to apply.

Your need is determined by comparing the total anticipated costs of a Sattler education in a given year with the financial contribution expected from you and your family. Financial aid (scholarships, grants, loans, and work-study) is offered to help fund your education.

We have provided a typical Sattler student cost of attendance worksheet to assist you in weighting your family's financial resources.

 

INDIRECT COSTS: We have estimated your direct billed costs to be as indicated below, however you should anticipate the indirect cost of books, supplies, transportation, and personal expenses to be approximately $2,600 annually. Please note: Refundable housing damage deposits are NOT shown on your estimated award letter, but will be charged to all new students living on campus. Dormitory Deposit: $250.00 Family Housing deposit is equal to one month's housing fee.

 

Cost of Attendance

Fall

Spring

Total

Tuition

$18,500 

$18,500 

$37,000 

Room & Board

$8,035 

$8,035 

$16,070 

Registration

$50 

$50 

$100 

Student Activity

$125 

$125 

$250 

Access Fee

$100 

$0 

$100 

Health Insurance

$0 

$0 

$0 

Indirect Cost

$1,300 

$1,300 

$2,600 

Total Estimated Cost

$28,110 

$28,010 

$56,120 

 

 

   

Sources of Financial Aid

Fall

Spring

Total

Sattler Financial Aid

$13,500 

$13,500 

$27,000 

Sattler Academic Excellence 

$3,750 

$3,750 

$7,500 

Room & Board Subsidy

$3,135 

$3,135 

$6,270 

Church Contribution*

$0 

$0 

$0 

Parent & Family Contribution*

$2,500 

$2,425 

$4,925 

PT Employment/Work Study*

$1,225 

$1,200 

$2,425 

Summer Employment*

$4,000 

$4,000 

$8,000 

Outside Grants and Awards

$0 

$0 

$0 

Total Estimated Awards

$28,110 

$28,010 

$56,120 

Student Responsibility (Due prior to start of semester)

$0 

$0 

$0