For more than 125 years, Keuka College has made a quality, private education affordable to students from all backgrounds and walks of life. The Office of Financial Aid is here to help you navigate the financial aid process and help make a decision that best fits your financial situation.
There are a variety of resources that may help defray the cost of this important investment. Depending upon your academic performance and financial situation, these resources may include:
- Federal/state scholarships and grants. Depending upon your academic program and financial need, you may be eligible for grants from the state (ie: New York State Child Welfare Worker Incentive Scholarship Program) or federal government.
- Federal loans. The U.S. Department of Education offers several low-interest student loans to help make your education affordable. Keuka College will automatically include them in your financial aid package (you are not required to borrow).
- Outside scholarships. You may be eligible for scholarships from community organizations, private corporations, school districts, etc.
- Alternative loans. If you’ve exhausted all other options, you may consider alternative (often called “private”) student loans.
Please contact our office with any questions you may have.
Keuka College Scholarships
The scholarships listed below are non-renewable and are taken from the total amount of the program.
|Organizational Management (B.S.)||$2,500|
|Criminal Justice Systems (B.S.)||$2,500|
|Criminal Justice Administration (M.S.)||$2,500|