Financial Aid & Scholarships
A Stonehill Education Is Worth the Investment
Assistant Vice President for Finance
Director of Student Financial ServicesStudent Financial Services Blog
"When choosing a college, you have to consider the best price along with the best fit. The good news is that at Stonehill, you can have both: a college with a nationally ranked reputation for excellence that brings a unique value to your education and one that is competitively priced."
Areas of Expertise
- Student financial aid
- Federal Title IV programs
- Reauthorization of the Higher Education Act
- Political issues surrounding federal and state financial aid programs
- Former president of MASFAA
Finish Faster, Spend Less
On average, Stonehill students graduate at a higher rate and in less time.
About 82% graduate within 4 years – more than double the national average. Our four-year graduate rate is 40% higher than the average national five-year rate for public institutions.
While many colleges and universities promote their full-tuition scholarships, the truth is that very few students qualify. At Stonehill, nearly 90% of students receive some financial assistance.
Learn about the Award Process
Stonehill College awards financial aid, as funds permit, on the basis of demonstrated financial need and academic performance.
Certain sources of gift aid are based solely on merit; most is based on financial need, or on a combination of merit and need.
In keeping with the philosophy that the primary responsibility for financing an education rests with the you, the student, and your family, Student Financial Services reviews your financial aid application to determine your family’s financial strength.
Your Personal Financial Aid Counselor
Stonehill assigns each applicant's family a Financial Aid Counselor to help navigate the financial aid and scholarship processes.
Contact Your Counselor
Scholarships & Grants
Stonehill offers more than 100 different grants and scholarships based on need and merit. You may be eligible for both a need-based award and a merit scholarship.
Browse Scholarships & Grants
Billing & Payment Dates
Half the annual costs for tuition, room, and board are billed prior to the start of each semester.
The fall bill is mailed by mid-July; payment is due by August 15.
The spring bill is mailed December 5th ; payment is due by January 4th.
Net Price Calculator
For help in estimating how much financial aid you might qualify for at Stonehill College, please visit our Net Price Calculator
Please keep in mind that costs, regulations for federal need analysis, and awarding policies may change from year to year.
Net Price Calculator