This net price calculator is a good starting point to help you determine eligibility for Bradley scholarships as well as federal, state, and Bradley assistance including grants and loans.
The results of your net price calculation and the cost management information you receive will help you discover the full value of a Bradley education. Considering the true cost, payment options, and the quality of your education are important parts of planning for college.
Every student and family has a unique set of expectations about their college experience and associated costs. In addition to costs, you will weigh important non-financial, institutional attributes such as quality of academics, career preparation, and involvement and leadership opportunities. In effect, you are making an investment decision.
Bradley's reputation for great quality is due, in part, to the fact that our annual tuition price is at least $5,000 less than similar private colleges and our net price (cost minus financial assistance) is lower than most private schools and many public universities. On average, our graduates also borrow less than their counterparts at other private universities.
These results are intended for use only by students who will enter Bradley as first-time, full-time freshmen. Actual awards may vary depending on the accuracy of the information you provide and the availability of resources at the time you complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). The information that is provided by this estimator is not a replacement for the FAFSA and is not intended to calculate a student's exact financial aid award or the exact cost of attending Bradley.
Remember to complete the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) in the spring of your senior year in high school to confirm the financial assistance and scholarship information provided here.
Estimates after February 1 of a student's senior year of high school are subject to the availability of scholarship funds and the actual award may be lower.