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Office of Financial Assistance
800 Lancaster Ave
Kennedy Hall, Second Floor
Villanova, PA 19085
Telephone: (610) 519-4010
Fax: (610) 519-7599
Villanova University is dedicated to providing students with financial assistance, which may include a combination of grants, scholarships, loans and student employment that will closely meet their family's need as well as payment options to assist in meeting educational expenses.
You may be surprised by how favorably Villanova University compares to "lower-cost" schools! The actual out-of-pocket cost to attend Villanova is often the same as that of less-costly institutions, because grants, loans, and other forms of aid can fill the financial gap between the total cost of attendance and what your family can afford.
Prospective students entering 2017-2018 and Spring 2017 transfers: Find out more information on how to apply for federal and institutional financial assistance.
Prospective students entering 2017-2018 can check the status of their admissions application, financial aid applications, and requirements through their Applicant Status Page.
Villanova's Office of Financial Assistance is available to help students and their families through the financial aid application process, which can seem like an overwhelming task without the proper guidance. read more...
In the process of paying for college, your objective should be to satisfy the balance of tuition costs without spending too much on interest from loans. Our objective is to provide you with a strategy to accomplish this. read more...
Constitution Day Lecture, Book Signing: Henry Olsen: 9/14
This year’s Constitution Day event will be hosted by the Ryan Center and the VCLE on Sept. 14, 4 p.m., in Bartley Hall 1011. Henry Olsen, of the Ethics and Public Policy Center, will be delivering the talk "We The People: Ronald Reagan's Populist Constitutionalism." Charlie Gerow and Earl Baker will offer response. Mr. Olsen, an important public commentator and author, will be available after the event to sign his much-acclaimed book, The Working Class Republican: Ronald Reagan and the Return of Blue-Collar Conservatism.