Affordability

Students receiving financial aid: 98%
Average financial aid package: $22,117.00
Fees (2013-2014) Fall Spring Total
Tuition (full-time) $11,674 $11,674 $23,348
Student Fee $1,024 $1,024 $2,048
Room (double occupancy) $1,872 $1,872 $3,744
Board $2,257 $2,257 $4,514
Total $16,827 $16,827 $33,654

 

Cost vs. Price

College is an important investment you’re making! Barton offers a variety of benefits that larger schools simply can’t match – like small classes, attentive professors, and instant access to every opportunity. And, when you look at the bottom line (after you factor in scholarships and other aid), Barton can actually cost less than some of those big-name, little-attention universities.

 

Sample Illustrations

Family A

A family of four with two dependents in college living on campus, including meals:

Presidential Scholarship $6,500
Barton Opportunity Grant $1,800
N.C. Need-Based Scholarship $3,600
Subsidized Stafford Loan $3,500
Unsubsidized Stafford Loan $3,500
Endowed Scholarship $4,800
Total Awards $23,700
Tuition, Room and Board $33,654
Less Total Award $23,700
Estimated Cost to Attend $9,954

 

Family B

A family of three with a dependent in college living on campus, including meals:

John J. Harper Scholarship $3,000
Federal Pell Grant $5,550
Federal FEOG $1,500
Barton Opportunity Grant $3,400
Miscellaneous Scholarship $2,200
N.C. Need-Based Scholarship $3,600
Federal Work Study $2,000
Subsidized Stafford Loan $3,500
Unsubsidized Stafford Loan $2,000
Total Awards $26,550
Tuition, Room and Board $33,654
Less Total Award $26,550
Estimated Cost to Attend $7,104

 

 

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