The Office of Financial Aid strives to establish partnerships with families. We understand that each family offers a unique financial situation and we will work with you individually to help you find the resources to fund a Hendrix education. Hendrix is proud to be recognized as a “Best Buy” and “Best Value” by publications such as Fiske Guide, The Princeton Review, and other college guides. We think you will find that we will offer numerous resources and various options for college funding. You can get started today by following this simple process:
- Apply for admission
- Apply for extracurricular scholarships
- Complete FAFSA by March 1, 2013 to be eligible for the FAFSA early filers grant (Hendrix FAFSA code = 001099)
- Receive financial aid award letter
- Submit Enrollment Agreement and Housing Application and $350 enrollment deposit no later than May 1, 2013
- Arrange financing options
Hendrix offers need-based and achievement-based aid. Need-based aid depends on a family's financial resources. Merit-based aid is awarded for academic achievement and particular talents. The different types of aid offered at Hendrix are as follows:
- Scholarships are awarded for academic achievement, leadership and service experience, and performance in fine arts.
- Grants are awards that do not have to be repaid.
- Loans require repayment, but typically not until after graduation. Loans frequently offer low-interest rates and long terms.
- Other types of aid include student employment, which provides pay for work on campus and includes Federal Work Study, and United Methodist Aid, which offers awards to students who are United Methodist.
Hendrix College Net Price Calculator
- The Net Price Calculator provides an early approximation of what a new first-year, undergraduate student can expect to pay to attend Hendrix College.