Financial Aid

Education is an investment in your future. One that will provide a significant return if you choose to take advantage of it. During the next four years you and your family will focus your resources such as time, entergy, talents, and finances into your education. The King's College recognizes the enormity of the decision you are making and we look forward to assisting you throughout the process.

types of aid

Students may be awarded a combination of need-based aid, merit awards and other aid options to help pay for the cost of their schooling. The best possible financial aid package will be developed based on the information that is provided.

institutional aid

Alumni and friends of the college generously provide funding for scholarships and grants to help future Kingsians achieve their dreams. Institutional Aid is gift aid that does not need to be repaid. Scholarships are based on academic merit, and grants are based on financial need.

government grants

Federal and State governments created grant programs to help students with financial need receive a top-tier education. All government grants are based on financial need as determined by the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). These awards do not need to be repaid.

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private & federal loans

College is an investment with excellent returns of 15% over the past decade. Many students have used both federal and private loans as a tool to fund a quality education that was otherwise out of reach. A loan is a financial aid award that must be repaid with interest. There are many types of repayment options to help fit any families circumstance.

military benefits

King’s participates in the Yellow Ribbon program, as well as working with the VA to ensure families’ military benefits are available to them. ROTC programs are a great way for students to help pay for school while receiving leadership training and preparing for service in the military as an officer.

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outside scholarships

Third-party scholarships are a great way to help fund your education. We recommend starting the scholarship search early, and continuing it throughout your college career. There are several ways to look for outside scholarships. One way is using comprehensive scholarship engines that filter scholarships based on your background, interests, and talents.

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financial aid application process

  • Step 1 Complete the FAFSA

    The Free Application for Federal Student Aid is used to determine the amount of money a family is expected to contribute to the price of attending college. The results of the FAFSA are used in determining student grants, work study, and loan amounts.

  • Step 2 Receive your award letter

    The financial aid award letter details the types and amounts of aid a student will be given for the coming year. Read your award letter carefully to understand what on the letter is a scholarship, grant, or loan.

  • Step 3 Submit your deposit

    By submitting your deposit you're making a financial commitment to King’s in order to reserve your spot in the class and your current financial aid package. Follow this link to E-Pay, the venue for online payments. Your Enrollment Deposit is $250 or $500 for Early Action students. Refundable until May 1st.

  • Step 4 Accept your aid in your student portal

    After depositing, ​you will receive student portal access. By clicking on the financial aid tab, ​you can see what aid has been given to ​you . ​Then you must accept or deny each scholarship, grant, or ​Federal ​ loan ​​ and verify the amounts of the loans.

  • Step 5 Apply for loans

    Bills (Remaining balances) are due by July 15th. By that date, students should have their loans secured and have set up payment plans to cover the cost for the semester. Remember your bill is only for the semester while your financial aid letter is for the year.

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    forms & resources

    cost of attendance

    Every school puts together a list of both direct and estimated costs that include tuition, fees, housing, books, food, transportation, and miscellaneous costs. Students can use this to get an idea of how much it will cost to attend the school of their choice. 100% of our students do receive financial aid in order to attend our campus in New York City.

    On Campus
    Direct Expenses
    Tuition/Fees: $33,270
    Housing: $13,000
    Subtotal: $46,270
    Indirect Expenses
    Food: $2,585
    Books: $800
    Misc.: $3,720
    Transportation: $2,180
    Subtotal: $9,285
    Total: $55,555
    Off Campus
    Direct Expenses
    Tuition/Fees: $33,270
    Indirect Expenses
    Housing: $7,757
    Food: $2,585
    Books: $800
    Misc.: $3,720
    Transportation: $2,180
    Subtotal: $17,042
    Total: $50,312
    Direct Expenses
    Tuition/Fees: $33,270
    Indirect Expenses
    Food: $1,809
    Books: $800
    Misc.: $1,860
    Transportation: $1,050
    Subtotal: $5,519
    Total: $38,789
    net price calculator

    The Net Price Calculator is a tool that helps first time, full time students determine what he/she will pay in a single academic year AFTER subtracting scholarships and grants.  This calculator estimates the possible need-based aid the student may be eligible for after filing the FAFSA as well as estimated merit based scholarships from the college.

    verification forms

    The Department of Education selects about 30% of all FAFSA files for a process called verification, which requires the school to collect documentation in order to check the accuracy of the FAFSA information.  This process ensures that eligible students receive all the financial aid to which they are entitled and prevents ineligible students from receiving financial aid to which they are not entitled.


    We understand that you might have a few questions about funding your education. Here are answers to some of the most commonly asked questions about financial aid from King’s students and prospective students.


    The Bursar at the King’s College can assist with questions in reference to tuition and fees, billing and payment, and payment plans. You may contact the Bursar, Fanny Perez at (212) 659-3608 or Nelly Gulomikova, Assistant to the Bursar at (212)659-3605 for additional information.

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