Harcum College views financing higher education as a partnership between the student and their family, the state and federal governments, and the institution. It is our hope that working together, this partnership will make it financially feasible for students to prepare for successful careers.
Chances of getting financial aid are promising!
According to the latest Federal IPEDS report submitted to the U.S. Department of Education for Fall 2010, 97% of first time freshman received some type of financial aid and 95% received some form of grant assistance. Each student's financial situation is individually assessed and awards are made on the basis of financial need, academic merit, and some for a combination of the two.
Acceptance to Harcum College
Students do not have to be accepted to Harcum before applying for financial aid. However, students must be accepted before a financial aid award will be determined.
Students are strongly urged to file a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) as soon as possible. We cannot offer any need-based financial aid if you do not submit a FAFSA.
Remember that applying for financial aid does not commit you to any funding liability—if you ultimately choose not to attend Harcum, there is no risk.