We are happy to provide tools to calculate your estimated academic scholarship award and net price. With just a little information – your high school GPA, and ACT or SAT score – you will be able see what your scholarship award might be!
Bluffton scholarships are one source of financial aid for entering students. You can calculate your expected scholarship level by filling out the form at the right. This scholarship calculator is intended for use by incoming freshmen enrolling for the fall 2013-14 academic year.
- If you are using the ACT, use composite score only.
- If you are using the SAT, enter the combined scores from the Critical Reading and Math sections only. Do not use your score from the writing section (essay score).
- Enter your cumulative GPA on a 4.0 scale
Please remember the scholarship calculation is only one source of financial aid you will receive. It does not include federal or state grants, Bluffton University scholarships or grants, work-study or other scholarships for which you may qualify.
All offers of admission and scholarship require a review of an official high school transcript.
Investing in an education from Bluffton University is an important decision. We know students and families are interested in the expected cost of attending Bluffton. We have developed a net price calculator to help you understand what scholarship and financial aid funds might be available if you successfully complete the admissions process and file the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) for the 2012-13 academic year.
If you complete all the steps in the calculator you will be provided with a summary of scholarships and other aid, and an estimated net cost to attend Bluffton University. You will also be able to select an option to have details of this information e-mailed to you.
The costs used in the net price calculator are estimated for the 2012-13 academic year and are subject to change.