Washington and Lee University: Financial Aid, Costs and Net Price Calculator

Washington and Lee Financial Aid Net Price Calculator

Washington and Lee University: Financial Aid, Costs and Net Price Calculator

Washington and Lee Financial Aid Net Price Calculator

Washington and Lee University

Lexington, Virginia

 


 

Washington and Lee University Financial Aid Stats

# of Full Time Undergraduates1851
Avg % of Need Met for Freshmen100%
Freshmen Receiving Institutional Grants
54% of freshmen
Avg Amount of Institutional Grants for Freshmen
$41,494
% Of Freshmen Receiving Govt or Institutional Gift Aid48%
Avg Amount of Govt or Institutional Gift Aid Received by Freshmen$38,483
Freshmen Without Need Receiving Merit Aid13% of freshmen
Avg Merit Award For Freshmen Without Need$44,684
Avg Net Price After Gift Aid (2015-2016)$23,867
Current Year Cost Of Attendance$67,150
% Of Freshmen Receiving Federal Student Loans23%
Avg Amount of Federal Student Loans for Freshman$5,132
% Full-Time Undergrads with PLUS Loans9.13%
Avg PLUS Loan per Recipient$27,782
75% Percentile SAT
1500
75% Percentile ACT33
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Data is sourced from IPEDS Provisional Release Data 2016-17; Washington and Lee University Common Data Set and financial aid page.

 

 

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