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This section is for prospective students applying for admission. If you are a current student, please go to the Student Financial Services website for financial aid deadlines and policies.
Smith College seeks to provide educational opportunity for qualified students, knowing that many of you will require financial assistance. Our need-based aid program begins with a consistent, yet personalized, assessment of each applicant's ability to pay for college expenses. Smith meets the full documented need, as determined by college policy, of all admitted students who apply for aid by the published deadlines.
An education from Smith College is an investment that yields a lifetime of rewards. We want to provide an outstanding education to qualified women from all economic backgrounds, and we meet the full documented need of every admitted student who completes the financial aid application by the published deadlines. We also offer financial advice to help all families manage the cost of college, whether or not they qualify for aid. This partnership between Smith and families has allowed many women to afford a quality education.
Every family is unique, and we are here to help you through the application process in any way we can.
Students are billed for one-half of the annual charges at the beginning of each semester.
|Room & Board||$17,520|
|Student Activities Fee||$284|
|Student Health Insurance Plan||$2,368|
|Total per year||$72,292|
*The student health insurance fee may be waived by domestic students who have comparable health insurance that provides coverage while in Massachusetts.
Comprehensive fees for 2019-20 have not yet been determined.
|Room & Board||tbd|
|Student Activities Fee||tbd|
|Student Health Insurance Plan||tbd|
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There are costs that most students incur during the year. They can include:
Actual costs incurred will vary and are the student's responsibility.
The following Code of Conduct was last updated by NASFAA's Board of Directors in March 2014. Subject to enforcement procedures that go into effect July 1, 2015, NASFAA institutional members of NASFAA will ensure that: