Undergraduate Office of Financial Aid

Office Information

The Undergraduate Office of Financial Aid at Assumption is committed to helping you finance your education. For the second consecutive year, Assumption has announced a tuition freeze, and this year’s incoming class will pay last year’s tuition rate for all four years. We are proud that Assumption has been listed by Barron's as a Best Buy in higher education and we work to ensure that the value of your education continues to grow.

Financial aid is a crucial piece of the college decision-making process.  It can seem like a complex process, but we are here to help you through it.  Assumption offers scholarships, grants, work study, and federal and state loans. We can also suggest resources for private loans.  Learn more by browsing the pages below, and contact us with any questions you may have.

Students entering in fall 2015 will pay the fall 2014-2015 tuition rate for their four years at Assumption. Learn more about the cost of attendance.


Over 90% of Assumption students receive scholarships and grants. Learn more about the different sources and how to apply.


There are several forms and documents that you may need to submit during the financial aid process. Browse and download forms.


Once you have reviewed your financial aid package, there are a variety of other tools we can suggest to assist families. Learn more about your financing options.


The majority of financial aid awards made by Assumption College are based on student need. Learn more about how need is calculated and the steps you should take to apply for aid.


Do you have outside scholarships? What is the eligibility criteria to receive aid? What happens to your aid if you study abroad? Learn more about financial aid-related policies and guidelines.


We understand that the financial aid process can be confusing and you likely have questions. Check out our FAQs to get answers to some of the questions we receive most often.


Every student’s financial situation is unique.  Assumption’s financial aid advisors are here to help you navigate the process. Meet your personal financial aid advisor.