100% of students receive financial aid at UPIKE.

We know that a college degree is an investment in your future – it can open doors to opportunities and new possibilities. Our helpful financial aid team will work with you to put together a personal financial aid package. At UPIKE we work hard to make a college degree affordable for students.

Steps to receive aid

Complete the free, online UPIKE application

In order to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), you’ll need to create an FSA ID. This username and password will be unique to you, and you must use it to log into the Federal Student Aid website. The FSA ID acts as a legally binding signature in order for you to accept future federal financial aid. Create your FSA ID with an email account that you will maintain during your college years.

Visit the FAFSA website site and complete the application. The FAFSA can be completed any time after October 1 each fall using your tax return information from an earlier tax year. The 2019-20 FAFSA will utilize tax information from 2017. Remember to use UPIKE’s FAFSA code: 001980.


2019-20 Undergraduate Tuition

2019-2020 Costs Per Year
Full-time (12-18 hours) $21,400
Part-time (per credit hour) $892
Room & Board $7,950
Student Activity Fee $150
Books and supplies (estimated) $2,000
Other (transportation, personal/misc, loan)$3,040
Yearly Total *$34,540

Transfer Scholarships

Cumulative Transfer GPAAmount
3.25 and above$7,000
3.249 and below$3,500

*These costs are not comprehensive and do not include the cost of books, supplies, fees, and other personal expenses. Based on a shared room and standard meal plan.

First-Time Freshmen Scholarships

Find your high school GPA and standardized ACT score on the chart. Combine the two figures to determine your annual financial aid award at UPIKE. You must be a full-time student.
Not available to international students.

GPAAmount
3.75 and above$6,000
3.5 – 3.75$5,000
3.0 – 3.49$3,500
2.75 – 2.99$2,500
2.74 and below$2,000
ACT ScoreAmount
25 and above$2,000
21-24$1,500
Less than 21$500
Education student Shelby LeMaster headshot

“As a first-generation college student the financial aid process seemed intimidating to me and my family, but UPIKE financial services staff came to my high school and held a workshop to teach us how to complete the FAFSA. Once I received my award letter, my UPIKE admissions counselor sat down with me and fully explained my financial aid package, line-by-line.”

SHELBY LEMASTER /PATTON COLLEGE OF EDUCATION