In 2021, Newsweek ranked Magdalen College #15 on their list of “Most Affordable Private Colleges in the U.S.”
Magdalen College of the Liberal Arts is an investment in your future. Thanks to scholarships and grants, federal and state loans, and work-study opportunities, Magdalen College can work closely with students and families to explore all available funding resources. Magdalen seeks to make it possible for all qualified students to attend, regardless of income. Our goal is to try our best to meet each student’s demonstrated financial need.
Each family’s circumstances are unique. Therefore, we encourage all families to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), which will determine the need-based federal and institutional aid the student may be eligible for. To be considered for need-based aid, a FAFSA must be submitted each year by April 1.
If upon receiving Magdalen College’s financial aid award, a student finds that another Newman Guide school is giving more aid so that it costs less overall to attend that college (total out-of-pocket cost), Magdalen College will attempt to work with the student and family to match that out-of-pocket cost. Simply submit your award letter from another Newman Guide school, and upon review, the financial aid team will determine whether Magdalen can match the competing school’s offer.
Cost of Attendance
Cost of attendance for the 2024-2025 academic year:
Room & Board
Office of Financial Aid Contact Information
Staff: Marie Lasher, Financial Aid Officer Phone: (603) 456-4136 Email: [email protected]