Net Price Calculator for Aid Estimates
Net Price Calculator-Estimate Your Aid
Prospective undergraduates may wish to use our Net Price Calculator to project estimated cost and assistance such as merit aid, resulting in a "net price" or net cost to anticipate. The calculator will project potential direct cost such as tuition, fees, room, and meal plan; and potential indirect cost such as books, personal, and transportation expenses. All figures currently reflect 2013-2014 estimated total cost of attendance to use as a guide. Personal spending habits for travel, food, and housing will affect actual cost of attendance.
The Net Price Calculator should be viewed as an estimate of out-of-pocket expenses after estimated assistance. The results should not be viewed as final, and you are encouraged to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), listing Carson-Newman's Code of 003481, so that we may send you an official financial aid award letter. Summer 2013 students should complete the 12-13 FAFSA and the 13-14 FAFSA, while fall 2013 students will complete only the 13-14 FAFSA.
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You will have the opportunity to have the results sent in an email, if you so choose. Thank you for visiting our Net Price Calculator and we look forward to serving your needs.