Making King’s Affordable
Look beyond the sticker price to see how families like yours are affording a King’s education.
Cost of Attendance
- $37,690 Tuition & Fees
- $14,400 On-Campus Housing
These direct costs are paid to The King’s College. To cover indirect expenses like food, clothing, and transportation, most students work part-time. Keep in mind that 100% of King’s students receive some form of institutional aid so your real costs will be lower.Tuition and Cost
We’re Here to Help
By combining scholarships, grants, payment plans, part-time work, and minimal student loans, families like yours have made their finances work. We’re here to help you figure out how to afford King’s, and we’re confident you’ll find that it’s worth every bit of your investment.
Students from all economic backgrounds attend The King’s College.
$0 – $39,999 = 21%
$40k – $79,999 = 19%
$80k – $119,999 = 16%
$120k – $159,999 = 18%
$160k+ = 26%
Freshmen Scholarship Calculator
Our Freshmen Scholarship Calculator estimates how much need-based aid and merit-based scholarships you may be eligible to receive so you can anticipate how much you’ll actually pay.
Enter your GPA and at least one test score.
Transfer students: Refer to the calculator linked below.
Net Price Calculator
Our Net Price Calculator estimates how much need-based aid and merit-based scholarships you may be eligible to receive so you can anticipate how much you’ll actually pay.
Paying for College
For help paying for college, King’s students combine several resources.
Through the merit-based Presidential Scholarship, calculated based on test scores and GPA, you can receive up to $23,000 per year. Through the Founders Scholarship, our speech and essay competition, we also offer four full-tuition scholarships that amount to $37,000 in gift aid each year.
If you receive a scholarship from a church or ministry, King’s will match it up to $1,500. You can also claim a $2,500 tax credit each year if your family’s AGI is below $160,000. We can also recommend resources to help you find even more outside scholarships and we’ll never reduce your aid because you’ve earned other scholarships.View Scholarships
The King’s Grant
You should complete a FAFSA each year to find out if you’re eligible for The King’s Grant, gift aid from The King’s College that is calculated based on need.
Federal and State Grants
Through the Federal Pell Grant and the Federal Supplemental Education Opportunity Grant, you may be eligible for up to $7,095 per year. Additionally, New York State residents can access up $6,000 more through the Tuition Assistance Program and the Enhanced Tuition Award.View Grants
If your family is able to budget something each month towards your college education, you can enroll in an interest-free payment plan that spreads out your semester bill over 4, 5, or 6 months. This approach can help you minimize your loans.
Working part-time during the semester can easily cover your indirect expenses like books, transportation, and food. You should also consider working full-time in the summers. In New York City, the minimum wage is $15 an hour.
Through the Direct Stafford Loan Program, students can take out loans in their name, no credit check required. Parents can also apply for the Direct Parent PLUS Loan and may borrow up to the rest of your direct expense balance plus indirect expenses. If this loan is denied, the student may borrow an additional $4,000.
Once you’ve pursued each of these options, you can consider using private loans to finance the rest. A loan comparison tool like Elm Select can help you evaluate different loans. Students or parents may take out a private loan, but if you are a student, you will need a cosigner with good credit.View Loans
The average King’s student who takes out loans borrows only $22,250, 13% less than the national average of $28,650, as calculated by the Institute for College Access and Success.
After graduation, King’s alumni have a better chance of repaying their loans because 98% are employed or in graduate school within six months, compared to the national average of 81%, reported by the National Association of Colleges and Employers.