Tuition and Aid
There are many financial aid options, including need and merit-based aid, available to students of all levels through Syracuse University, and outside resources. Students are encouraged to visit SU’s Office of Financial Aid and Scholarship Programs located in 200 Archbold North to find out about university-wide scholarship opportunities.
Financing Your Education
Students interested in our top-ranked business program can worry that they won’t be able to afford such an education. However, we’re pleased to state that upon closer look, they discover that the many funding opportunities available to Whitman Students make a Syracuse University education a more attractive and affordable option than some programs that initially appear to be less expensive.
Syracuse University offers merit-based scholarships and financial packages to help cover the cost of tuition. Additionally, students can also apply for a more need-based loan program through federal or private lenders. We hope, and encourage, students will apply for these financial awards and assistance programs.
For more information on the many financial aid options, including need and merit-based aid, available to students of all levels through the Whitman School, Syracuse University and outside resources, students should visit SU’s Office of Financial Aid and Scholarship Programs.
Tuition and Fees
For more information on the current cost of attending Syracuse University, visit the Syracuse University Financial Aid Offices Estimated Cost of Attendance guide.