La Salle University Net Price Calculator

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La Salle University's Net Price Calculator is a planning tool, meant to provide students and their families with an estimate of grants, scholarships, and loans that they might receive at La Salle University.  The validity of the estimate is dependent upon the accuracy of the information provided.  The results from the net price calculator are for information purposes only. You must complete the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) to receive an official financial aid package.

Please keep the following in mind before you begin:

  • Financial aid awards for the 2013-2014 year are based on 2012-2013 financial aid formulas and costs. This may result in a difference between the estimated financial aid award and the official financial aid award offered.

  • The availability of financial aid changes from year to year.

  • SAT or Act scores are required to calculate an estimate of merit aid. In making the actual scholarship determination, factors such as standardized test scores, grade point average, rank, and extracurricular activities will be considered.

  • The estimated financial aid award will vary, depending upon the housing status of the student.

  • This calculator will not estimate veteran benefits or financial aid for Transfer or International Students.

If you have questions about financial aid or need help to complete the FAFSA, please contact the La Salle University Office of Student Financial Services at (215) 951-1070 or e-mail us at finserv@lasalle.edu.

Let's get started.  Please have the following information readily available:

  • Student and Parent 2011/2012 Income Tax Returns
  • Earnings statements (W2 forms, recent paycheck stubs)
  • Current bank statements
  • Student merit information
    • GPA
    • Standardized test scores if available (SAT/ACT)

La Salle University has made every effort to provide estimates of financial aid that are as accurate as possible.  However, in some cases, the Net Price Calculator may either over or under estimate the amount of financial aid.   The only way for the student to know the exact amount of financial aid  is to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) which will result in the Official Financial Aid Award letter.

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