The Steps to Calculating Costs and Other Payment Options
Step 1: Apply for Financial Aid
Step 2: Receive Your Financial Aid Award Letter
Step 3: Do the Math!
Determine Your Costs
If you're not enrolled yet:
- View the Financial Aid and Costs page for your student group to determine the tuition and average room/board (if applicable).
If you are already enrolled:
- View your semester bill on Edgewood Express. Your student account will reflect the tuition, fees, and charges for the semester.
Subtract Your Financial Aid
- View your financial aid award letter. Subtract the semester or year amount from your costs.
- Do not include student employment funds. These funds are not applied toward the student bill. They are earned in the form of a biweekly paycheck for hours work.
- If your financial aid
file is complete, the financial aid will already appear on your student
account. Any remaining amount not
covered by financial aid will be displayed.
Other Payment Options
Grad or Parent PLUS Loans- Federal loan for graduate students or parents of dependent students (FAFSA required).
- Complete the Plus Loan Request at www.studentloans.gov
Flexible monthly payment plan- available to students who plan to make monthly payments.
- Complete the monthly payment plan on Edgewood Express.
Employer reimbursement plan- available to students whose employers will reimburse their tuition expenses.
- Complete the employer reimbursement plan on Edgewood Express.
Pay in full by the payment deadline.
Alternative Education Loans/ Private Loans (optional non-federal loans for students)
- Use the Alternative Loan Comparison Tool to evaluate interest rates, fees, eligibility requirements, repayment terms, and borrower benefits.
- This list is not comprehensive or exclusive; Edgewood will certify other alternative educational loans. Please review our Code of Conduct for Educational Loans for more details.