More Reasons Why D'Youville is a Great Investment
One of the most affordable private institutions in the region
A recent analysis of tuition costs for private colleges in Western and Central New York found D’Youville to be one of the most affordable.
More information about cost can be found on our tuition page.
Automatic merit-based scholarship consideration
When you apply for admission at D’Youville, we’ll automatically consider you for our merit scholarships. Undergraduate scholarships can cover as much as 50% of your tuition, and there is no need to fill out a separate application!
Transfer students can qualify for scholarships, as well. And unlike other schools, maintaining your scholarship is easier at D'Youville because we use a realistic 2.25 GPA requirement to determine your eligibility for merit-based scholarships each year.
Find more information and additional scholarships on our scholarships page.
Grants that can help you afford college
Unlike student loans, grants don’t have to be paid back. There are a number of grants to help qualified students pay for college, including:
Pell Grants: up to $5,920 per year (2017-2018)
Tuition Assistance Program (TAP): up to $5,165 per year (2017-2018)
D’Youville Grants: up to $3,300 per year
Federal Student Equal Opportunity Grants: up to $3,000 per year
Teach Grants: up to $3,700 per year
More information can be found on our grants page.
Combined Degrees that save you time and money
Our combined degree programs are a great value. You'll earn your bachelor's and master's degree in less time, getting you in your career a year before other graduates.
Explore the programs that can save you time and money on our joint and combined degrees page.
Access to additional financial aid and scholarship opportunities
If you want to come to D’Youville, we want to help you afford to go here. In addition to the other forms of financial aid, we also offer:
Loans: Financial aid that needs to be paid back
- Direct Subsidized (does not accrue interest while in school): Up to $3,500 per year
- Direct Unsubsidized (accrues interest while in school): Up to $2,000 per year
Campus Employment (work study):
- Federal: up to $750 per semester
- Student Employment Program: $300 for Fall semester