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Paying for Cabrini

For many families, paying for college can be a challenge. The Financial Aid Office at Cabrini University is ready to help you pay for a quality education.

  • 98% of Cabrini students receive some form of financial aid.

  • The average financial‑aid package is $16,500 before federal/state aid or loans.

Students may qualify for Cabrini’s generous financial aid packages based on:

  • merit-based academic scholarships
  • acceptance into Cabrini’s Honors program
  • participation in community service
  • non-Pennsylvania residency
  • graduating from a Catholic high school
  • financial need

In addition to aid from Cabrini, many outside resources are available.

With Cabrini’s online net-price calculator, a few documents, and about 10 minutes, you can determine an early estimate of financial aid.

The cost of a quality education can be overwhelming, but is there a value to a degree?

Federal Student Aid
Every year, students should complete the FAFSA to qualify for need-based aid.

Students do not have to be accepted to Cabrini before applying for financial aid. However, students must be accepted before a financial aid award can be determined.

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