Tuition & Financial Aid
Investing in your future.
A college education is an investment in your future. You commit your time, potential, and resources with the belief that the outcome is worth the cost. Taylor is committed to being a shareholder with you in this investment. Knowledgeable faculty, challenging programs, and a caring community are some of the ways we invest in your future. We are also committed to extending our financial resources to make your Taylor education a reality.
Financial need is defined as the difference between a family's resources and the total cost of attending college. A family's resources, or Expected Family Contribution (EFC) is determined by the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), which must be filed each year by March 10. When evaluating a family's resources, there are several factors taken into consideration:
- parental income and assets
- student income and assets
- family size
- number of family members in college
Last year our Financial Aid Office administered more than $38 million in financial aid (of which more than $20 million were Taylor resources). We hope that the resources available here will help you determine what aid is available and how we can assist you in achieving a college education at Taylor.
Did you know?
96% of Taylor students receive financial aid. Approximately 60% received need-based aid*, averaging $25,822, and 36% receive merit-based aid, averaging $12,422.
*may include grants, scholarships, student loans, and work-study.
Additional scholarship resources and information can be found online at: