Haverford will meet the full demonstrated need of all admitted students who are determined to be eligible according to the College's formula and procedures.
We are committed to minimizing student debt
If a family’s income is below $60,000 per year, Haverford will not include a loan expectation as a resource before determining eligibility for Haverford Grant funds. Loan expectations for incomes above this threshold remain below Federal Direct Loan maximum eligibility, ranging from $1,500 to $3,000 each year.
The Haverford Student Loan Debt Relief Fund is an innovative program to help students who were packaged for financial aid with a loan expectation who subsequently borrowed a loan to attend Haverford. The program provides funds to young alumni who are employed in jobs of high social value with low remuneration, or who are in transition at some point following graduation.
We provide support beyond Financial Aid
Sometimes expenses occur in the regular flow of a student’s life that fall outside the regulated parameters of financial aid. Haverford’s LIFTFAR program aims to help fill these gaps for costs such as travel, internships, emergency medical expenses, and more. Funding is allocated on a case-by-case basis, and financial need is a consideration.
We're here to help
If you think you cannot afford Haverford College, please take time to read what follows and to raise questions with our Financial Aid or Admission staff. We are eager to help you. It is very important that you and your family understand the policies and procedures when applying for financial aid.
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The net price information provided by the Net Price Calculator is a useful resource, but does not constitute a guarantee of aid. The Financial Aid Office at Haverford College carefully calculates tuition aid packages based on a comprehensive review of each family's unique financial situation.