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While you can't put a price on the quality of a Case Western Reserve education, the cost of a college degree is a growing concern for students and their families.
Students, however, shouldn't let "sticker price" deter them from seeking higher education. Especially at Case Western Reserve.
Most of our students receive some form of financial aid to cover tuition and fees. The university offers need-based assistance (loans, grants or work-study), as well as merit-based scholarships and awards for undergraduates, and there's plenty of school-specific financial assistance available for graduate and professional students.
Applying for financial aid
The Office of Financial Aid at Case Western Reserve University works with each student to build an assistance package that will enable him or her to invest in higher education.
To begin applying for financial aid, most students will be required to complete the FAFSA form. The aid application process differs slightly for freshmen, transfer undergraduates, continuing undergraduates, new and continuing graduate and professional students. But don't worry: the Office of Financial Aid Web site provides easy-to-follow instructions every step of the way.
Still have questions? The financial aid office maintains a list of frequently asked questions to get you started and an Ask the Counselor option for one-on-one attention to your financial aid concerns.
Begin the financial aid application process for: