According to College Navigator, the average net price of
attendance for students at Saint Vincent was $22,903 — lower
than the national average for a four-year bachelor’s degree and for
Pennsylvania’s best-known public institutions.
The U.S. Department of Education’s College Scorecard showed
that the percent of students paying down their debt was 82 percent,
nearly twice the national average of 42 percent. And Saint Vincent
students earned an average salary of $47,400, nearly $13,300 above
the national median, and in the top quarter of a peer group of 30
previously identified schools within a 250-mile radius.
Data from the Association of Independent Colleges and
Universities of Pennsylvania show that, due to the federal, state
and institutional aid offered by private institutions, the net price of
a private college degree actually declined over the past four years,
from $13,367 to $12,963. And in fact, over the past decade, tuition
and fees at public institutions have increased twice as fast as at
Bottom line: More than 97 percent of all Saint Vincent
students — and 100 percent of freshmen — receive financial
aid. Our financial aid staff will work closely with you to
maximize all sources of financial aid available to you.
Submit your FAFSA as an accepted student. Typically, you will receive a Saint Vincent financial aid award within only two weeks after completing your FAFSA. fafsa.ed.gov