Tuition & Aid

Funding Your Education

As a Lynch School student, you can apply for financial assistance through a variety of scholarships, loans, stipends, and work-study opportunities. Loan repayment assistance programs also help make your education more affordable.

APPLYING FOR FEDERAL LOANS

File your FAFSA as early as October 1 to start the process. Once you are accepted we will calculate your loan eligibility.

Undergraduate tuition and aid

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Contact our Graduate Admission & Financial Aid office to build a financial aid package that works for you.

Graduate Tuition & Financial Aid

$1,420

Cost per credit for graduate programs

82%

of graduate students receive scholarships

361

graduate assistantship positions across campus

A graduate degree from Boston College is an investment in your future. The Lynch School has a deep commitment to assisting academically qualified students to afford an excellent graduate education. The offices of Graduate Admission, Financial Aid, and Student Services in the Lynch School provide resources to aid students through both need-based and merit-based financial aid.

How much will it cost?

To help you budget the cost of your graduate program, the Office of Student Services has calculated an approximate cost of attendance for graduate students, which includes both tuition and living expenses.

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COST OF ATTENDANCE, 2017-2018
Full list available on Student Services website

Expense Cost per Academic Year
Medical Insurance Fall Semester $1,283
Identification Card Initial Fee $45
Campus Health Fee (Infirmary) $510
Student Activity Fees (Graduate) $45

Undergraduate Tuition & Financial Aid

$52,500

undergraduate tuition

66%

of students receive financial assistance

$39,942

average need-based financial aid package

School year 2016-17