2013-2014 Estimated Costs
2013-2014 Estimated Costs (Costs are set by Board of Governors. They will not be determined before late spring 2013.
Net Price Calculator
If you are still a year or two away from college, you may want to do some early planning to determine what college may cost. One way to do this is to use the NET PRICE CALCULATOR.
You can review our "Net Price Calculator" at this web site: http://www.collegeportraits.org/PA/SU/estimator/agree. This web site will give you an additional estimate of the net cost of Shippensburg (total costs less aid) based on previous years' aid awards. This is an estimate only, and is not a binding agreement.
To determine how much financial assistance you need in order to attend Shippensburg University, the Financial Aid Office performs a "need analysis" based upon confidential information you provide in the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). These applications are available either from your high school guidance office or from the Financial Aid Office. This analysis takes into consideration your own assets, any supplemental income you earn, and any scholarships or awards other than those administered by the university. It considers your family's income, debts, assets, number of dependents, number of family members presently attending college, and other factors that affect your family's ability to help you with your education.
Billing, Refunds and Scholarships
The Student Accounts Office is responsible for billing, disbursement of refund checks, College Savings Accounts, scholarships received from outside sources, meal plan changes, etc.
Current information is maintained on the Student Accounts website. You may contact them at 717-477-1211 or email the office at email@example.com.