Important Information

Federal School Code

002343

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The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is required to be eligible for most financial aid. Submit this application as soon as possible.

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Financial Aid is part of OneStop Student Services

(218) 723-6570
(877) 287-8716
OneStop@css.edu

Available Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Net Price Calculator

College can seem expensive, especially if you look only at the costs of tuition, books, housing and other expenses. What many people don't realize is how much financial assistance is available. This past year 100 percent of full-time students that applie for financial aid at The College of St. Scholastica received it. Our Net Price Calculator calculates an estimate of what college will really cost.  **Please note that this calculator is currently using the 2014-15 amounts and calculations.  It will be updated in October to reflect the 2015-16 school year.

For more information regarding the scholarship(s) and gift aid mentioned in the Net Price Calculator, please visit our Scholarships page. Scholarships on this page are updated as new opportunities become available, so please check back periodically.

For an explanation of how to interpret the results, visit Net Price Calculator Results Explained.

Who is this calculator for?

This form estimates financial aid for undergraduate freshmen students only. It is not designed to represent financial aid amounts for readmitted, continuing, evening, international, online, graduate, or part-time students. If you fall into one of these categories not represented in the estimator above, please contact Financial Aid directly.

This calculator is designed for first-time traditional freshmen. If you are transferring from another college or university, please use the Transfer Student Net Price Calculator.  

This calculator also does not provide an accurate representation of expenses for students interested in our Accelerated Learning, Online and Graduate programs. Contact an admissions counselor for more information regarding those programs.