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Tuition and Fees

Concerned that an outstanding education at a distinctly Christian college is out of your reach? Not so fast. As part of a commitment to making a Gordon education more accessible, we recently cut tuition and continue to offer substantial scholarships, which means a more affordable starting point for families. See what that means for you.

2022–'23 Academic Year  
Tuition: $26,010
Room + Board + Fee: + $13,180
Total Sticker Price: $39,190
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Cut the Cost with Financial Aid

Financial aid packages may be comprised of scholarships, grants, loans and work-study, and are based on a variety of factors (so keep in mind that your individual award could be above or below average, depending on your situation).

Financial Aid Example #1
This sample represents a student with a higher family income; full-time status, living on campus and a recipient of the Harold John Ockenga scholarship. 
 
Total Sticker Price: $39,190
Ockenga Scholarship (money you don't pay back): — $11,000
Visit Scholarship (money you don't pay back): — $1,000
Ensemble Scholarship (money you don't pay back): — $1,000
Federal Loan (money you pay back): — $5,500
Total Investment After Loan: $20,690
Financial Aid Example #2
This sample represents a student with a lower family income; full-time status, living and working on campus and a recipient of the T. Leonard Lewis scholarship.
 
Total Sticker Price: $39,190
Scholarship Aid Package (money you don't pay back): — $13,730
Pell Grant (money you don't pay back): — $6,345
Work Study (money you earn): — $1,500
Federal Loan (money you pay back): — $5,500
Total Investment After Loan: $12,115

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Pie Graph

Break down the Cost

Slice up the payment pie and learn what portion of the total cost is actually payable by you.

NET PRICE CALCULATOR

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Scholarships & Grants

Together, merit-based scholarships and need-based grants can reduce costs by up to $148,000 over four years. Both are gift money that does not need to be repaid.

VIEW SCHOLARSHIPS     VIEW GRANTS  

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Loans & Work Study

Loans, Federal Work-Study and other on- or off-campus employment opportunities can help fill the gap between your financial aid package and cost of attendance. 

  VIEW LOANS     VIEW WORK STUDY

What's next?

1

Apply for Admission 
You’ll receive a decision and notice of any merit-based scholarships within two weeks of completing your application requirements. Apply to Gordon ➔

2

Visit Gordon
The best way to get to know Gordon is to see it for yourself during an open house event or personalized visit. Visit campus ➔

3

Complete the FAFSA after October 1
Gordon’s school code is 002153. Apply for aid ➔

4

Reserve your spot
Send in your $250 enrollment deposit by May 1. Send in your deposit ➔

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