Stephens College is committed to helping you fund your education.
Our knowledgeable Financial Aid team will work with you and your family to navigate your options and find awards, merit scholarships, need-based grants and a variety of state and federal aid. If your financial situation changes during your college journey, talk with your financial aid counselor. We regularly review special circumstances for adjustments.
The Stephens Promise
Stephens College has launched The Stephens Promise program, which reflects the College’s commitment to making education affordable for our students who often must turn to loans to cover the cost of their college education.
The program will be available beginning in Fall 2024 for all current, new and transfer undergraduate students who meet the criteria.
Estimate Your Costs
Even before completing the FAFSA, you can use our net price calculator to estimate the amount of aid you are eligible to receive at Stephens College.
Special and Unusual Circumstances
The Office of Financial Aid understands that students and their families may at times experience unique situations, and, as much as possible, we are here to help! You may pursue a financial aid adjustment based on two categories of unique situations:
Institutional Merit and Athletic Scholarships
Financial Aid Steps
- Apply to Stephens College >
- Contact the Athletics staff if you are interested in participating as an NAIA athlete
- as soon as possible (you may qualify for a $1,000 bonus in 2024-2025)
- You are automatically considered for institutional tuition scholarships
Apply for Federal Financial Aid
To apply for grants, scholarships, work study and loans, you need to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (called “the FAFSA”). This application is used by the federal government to determine certain kinds of eligibility, but also by Stephens College as a first step toward determining other awards for which you may be eligible.
Stephens’ federal school code is 002512.
Types of Aid
Note: If you've filed your FAFSA and are asked to complete a verification process, check out our Frequently Asked Questions >
We invite you to research outside scholarship opportunities and have compiled some trustworthy resources for you. Note that all scholarships received must be reported to Stephens College.
Stephens College is committed to using the Principles & Standards of the College Cost Transparency Initiative in its student financial aid offer.
Our financial aid counselors are always ready to help you navigate your options.