The Office of Financial Aid is committed to making a Fisher College education affordable to every student. Fisher College offers grant and scholarship assistance as well as participates in all federal and state aid programs. We encourage all students to apply for aid, regardless of their economic circumstance. Our Financial Aid staff can help you and your family estimate the cost of attendance, determine your eligibility for aid and explore your options for financing your education. Learn more about your program's tuition and fees and figure out your financial aid eligibility with our net price calculator.
Grants are awarded by the Fisher College Financial Aid Office to full-time, traditional, degree-seeking students who demonstrate financial need as a result of filing the FAFSA. Students must apply for financial aid and file a FAFSA annually to be considered for any type of Fisher Grant. Funds are credited to tuition accounts after the add/drop period each semester. The Fisher Trustee Grant is awarded to full-time, traditional undergraduate degree seeking students on the basis of demonstrated financial need and as funding levels permit. Award amounts vary; this is renewed annually. For the Resident Assistant Scholarship, students selected to be RA’s on the Boston Campus are eligible for a non-need based scholarship of $3500.00 per semester. To see if you are eligible please contact the Fisher College Housing Office on the Boston Campus.