Financial Aid

You Can Afford a Remarkable Future

Don't let preconceived notions fool you: A Keuka College education is A LOT more affordable than you think! And it's an investment in your future and your family that has everlasting benefits. You'll be able to earn a high-quality degree quickly, continue working full-time, and still have time for the things and people who matter to you most.

How Much Will My Degree Cost?

Tuition will vary based on cost per credit and the number of credits required to complete your chosen degree. You can estimate your tuition by reviewing your program of choice. You can also request more information or call (800) 335-3852 to talk with an admissions counselor. 

Financial Aid Options

Keuka College is proud to help you cover the cost of your education. You can learn more about the different financial aid options that may be available to you below, or you can call (315) 279-5232 to talk live with a financial aid counselor.

Scholarships

Keuka College offers institutional scholarships to adult students enrolled in select bachelor and master degree programs. Scholarships do not need to be repaid.

We believe strongly in the power of educational opportunity, and so these scholarships are based on your goals and dreams for the future, not past academic performance. You must submit an Application for Admission and a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) prior to being considered for a scholarship opportunity.

In addition, there are many third-party scholarships for non-traditional students that you may be eligible for.

Grants

The New York State and Federal government each provide a number of need-based financial aid programs to assist eligible students and their families with the cost of College. Government grants do not need to be repaid. These grant programs include the following:

Grant Program Details Annual Amount
Federal Pell Grant Based on need Up to $5,920
Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant (FSEOG) For undergraduates with exceptional financial need. Federal Pell Grant recipients take priority. Up to $4,000
New York State Tuition Assistance Program (TAP) Based on New York state taxable income for New York residents attending college full time in New York. Up to $5,165

Affordable Student Loans

Federal Direct Subsidized/Unsubsidized Loans can often cover the entire cost of your college education, and can be repaid over the course of ten years. A number of different payment plans are available, including those that depend upon your post-graduation income. You can learn more about Federal Aid by using this link.

Employer Benefits

Many businesses in our region offer tuition reimbursement for their employees who are enrolled in eligible degree programs. Contact your employer's Human Resources organization for additional information.

Military Benefits

Keuka College participates in the Post-9/11 Veterans Education Assistance and Yellow Ribbon Programs. For more information regarding educational programs for Veterans, visit the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs G.I. Bill Resource Center.

Ask Us a Question

We're here to answer any and all financial aid questions you might have. You can call us at (315) 279-5232, email us at finaid@keuka.edu, or use this form to send us your question.

FAFSA

Completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is the most important part of the financial aid process. Our school code is 002744, which you'll need to enter so that we can process your financial aid package.

Begin or Continue FAFSA

TAP

The New York State Tuition Assistance Program (TAP) helps eligible New York residents pay tuition at approved schools in New York State. New York State will determine your finalized TAP award based on current tuition charges. Our TAP ID is 0345.

TAP Application

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The best and most accurate way to see exactly how much it will cost you to attend Keuka College is to submit your application. You'll receive a financial aid package that's designed just for you!

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