Use our interactive calculators for an estimate of how much financial aid you may be eligible to receive and what your overall cost to attend Rochester would be.
Welcome to MyinTuition! We are pleased that you are exploring how a Rochester education may be more affordable than you think, and we hope this tool will help you anticipate college cost and assists in your planning efforts.
This estimator is designed to help gauge a family’s financial strength, to approximate any qualifying need-based financial aid that may be offered, and to provide an anticipated net price cost to the student.
Please read the disclaimer below before getting started.
In order to apply for financial aid, you must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) to receive federal aid and the CSS Profile to receive University grant funding in a timely manner. For more information about applying for financial aid, visit the FAFSA website and the College Board website. You can also visit the University of Rochester’s Financial Aid website for further application instructions and deadlines for our school.
The Net Price Calculator mimics the institutional methodology (IM). A thorough review of the information provided via the application requirements will be completed before a qualifying need-based financial aid package is formally offered. Please be aware that that this calculation varies from the federal calculation that is provided with the FAFSA. For example, IM expects a minimum contribution from both the student and parent as part of the financial aid awarding process, while the federal calculation does not.
The Net Price Calculator does not automatically account for merit-based scholarships that may be offered by the College. The FAFSA and CSS Profile are not required to be considered for merit-based scholarships.
If your parent’s primary source of income is from a business he or she owns, please be aware that the estimate provided may not be accurate due to the complexities that exist in the financial profile of business owners. The estimator provides a general guideline, but the results may be less accurate for business owners than for regular wage earners. This also holds true if your parents are separated, divorced, or were never married.
The financial aid analysis changes every year, so the results will not be accurate for upperclassmen. Students who are independent based on federal guidelines (e.g. those who are 24 years old, married, an orphan or ward of the court, or a veteran of the U.S. Armed Forces, or who have dependents of their own) should not use the estimator.
The Net Price Calculator is presented in US dollars and will not provide accurate results for students who are not US citizens or eligible non-citizens.