Net Price Calculator

Net Price Calculator for High School Seniors

Carroll College is not only one of the top private Catholic liberal arts schools in the Pacific Northwest, but it is also more affordable than you may think.  There are a number of financial resources available to students, including merit scholarships, need-based grants, federal work-study, and loans. Carroll's average Need Based Scholarship is $26,328.  Carroll's average Full-Time Financial Aid Package is $33,337.

The Carroll College Net Price Calculator was created to help incoming freshman-level students to receive an estimate of their federal expected family contribution (EFC) so that they can determine their true, out-of-pocket costs if they elect to attend Carroll. This calculator is designed to provide an estimate of your financial aid eligibility. Results are based on 2024-2025 Cost of Attendance figures and student aid eligibility requirements. You must complete the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) to receive an official financial aid package.

The U.S. Department of Education is making significant changes to the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) for the 2024-2025 academic year to streamline and simplify the financial aid process.  These changes include replacing the Expected Family Contribution (EFC) with the Student Aid Index (SAI).  The Net Price Calculator does reflect changes being made to the FAFSA or the change from EFC to SAI.  Actual financial aid based on the 2024-2025 FAFSA and your SAI may be different from the estimates provided based on the actual information you enter on the FAFSA.

Calculation of Costs

The estimated tuition cost does not include room and board or required fees. The 2024-2025 yearly rate for a double room and three meal-a-day meal plan is $11,548 and $1,352 for required fees.

Additional Comments on Eligibility

Financial aid calculations are based on limited information and do not guarantee a specific financial aid offer. Eligibility for federal and institutional financial aid is based on official FAFSA results. Factors such as student income, untaxed income, student and parent assets, cash and savings, and actual tax paid are used when determining a student's eligibility.

Calculations shown are for first-year, full-time, dependent students, who plan to enroll for Fall 2024. Costs provided are actual costs for the 2024-2025 academic year and are subject to increase for the 2025-2026 academic year. Need-based aid is re-evaluated each year and may increase or decrease based on revised financial need and/or other institutional gift aid received (Examples: athletic scholarships, activity scholarships). Gift aid total can include federal or institutional aid and assumes no other gift aid has been offered to date.

This calculator is not intended for current, transfer, readmit, or international students. Students must be U.S. citizens or eligible non-citizens to qualify for federal or institutional need-based financial aid.  Degree-seeking international students should contact the Admissions Office to determine merit levels based on academic transcripts for their country of origin.

Next Steps:

In order for Carroll College to determine your official eligibility for all types of financial aid, you must be accepted for admission and complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Carroll's priority deadline to file the FAFSA is February 1.