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AVERETT UNIVERSITY
Averett University
420 West Main Street
Danville, VA 24541

Official telephone: (434) 791-5600

Fax number: (434) 799-0658

Website: www.averett.edu


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Screen last updated on: February 19, 2015

The financial aid information below is valid for the 2013 academic year.

FINANCIAL AID OFFICE
Financial aid officer: Carl Bradsher,
Director of Student Financial Services
Contacting the office: 434 791-5890
434 791-5647 (fax)
finaid@averett.edu
FAFSA number: 003702

EXPENSES
Undergraduate tuition: $29,150; $29,150 out-of-state
Tuition notes: in-state tuition based on $1,215 per credit hour for 24 hrs/yr, out-of-state tuition based on $1,215 per credit hour for 24 hrs/yr
Book fees: $1,000
Miscellaneous expenses: $2,170
Other expenses: Transportation and personal expenses.
Combined room and board expenses: $7,700 - $8,600

APPLYING FOR AID

Required form Priority date Rolling? Closing date
FAFSAN/AyesN/A
State Aid FormN/AyesN/A

Applied for financial aid:
92% of first-year students
90% of full-time undergraduates
100% of part-time undergraduates
Determined to have financial need:
93% of first-year students
94% of full-time undergraduates
91% of part-time undergraduates
Students determined to have financial need who received any financial aid:
100% of first-year students
100% of full-time undergraduates
100% of part-time undergraduates
Students determined to have financial need who received any need-based gift aid:
100% of first-year students
99% of full-time undergraduates
90% of part-time undergraduates
Students receiving financial aid who received need-based self-help aid:
84% of first-year students
85% of full-time undergraduates
80% of part-time undergraduates
Students receiving financial aid who received any non-need-based gift aid:
7% of first-year students
9% of full-time undergraduates
10% of part-time undergraduates
Students receiving financial aid whose need was fully met (excluding PLUS loans and private alternative loans):
10% of first-year students
11% of full-time undergraduates
10% of part-time undergraduates
Average percent of need that was met of students who received any need-based aid (excluding PLUS loans and private alternative loans):
67% for first-year students
74% for full-time undergraduates
60% for part-time undergraduates
Average financial aid package (excluding PLUS loans and private alternative loans):
$20,917 for first-year students
$22,442 for full-time undergraduates
$7,848 for part-time undergraduates
Average need-based gift award:
$17,536 for first-year students
$18,459 for full-time undergraduates
$5,890 for part-time undergraduates
Average need-based self-help award (excluding PLUS loans and private alternative loans):
$4,015 for first-year students
$4,828 for full-time undergraduates
$3,183 for part-time undergraduates
Average need-based loan (excluding PLUS loans and private alternative loans):
$3,781 for first-year students
$4,618 for full-time undergraduates
$3,119 for part-time undergraduates
Students who had no financial aid need and who received non-need-based aid (excluding athletic awards and tuition benefits):
14% of first-year students
15% of full-time undergraduates
9% of part-time undergraduates
Average award to students who had no financial aid need and who received non-need-based aid (excluding athletic awards and tuition benefits):
$12,684 for first-year students
$11,220 for full-time undergraduates
$2,888 for part-time undergraduates
Students who received a non-need-based athletic award:
0% of first-year students
0% of full-time undergraduates
0% of part-time undergraduates
Average non-need-based athletic award:
$0 for first-year students
$0 for full-time undergraduates
$0 for part-time undergraduates
School participates in Federal Work-Study Program: yes
Percent of students who received aid that participated in Federal Work Study: 15%

TYPES OF AID AVAILABLE
Types of loans available:
  • Direct Subsidized Stafford Loans
  • Direct Unsubsidized Stafford Loans
  • Direct PLUS Loans
  • FFEL Subsidized Stafford Loans
  • FFEL Unsubsidized Stafford Loans
  • FFEL PLUS Loans
  • Federal Perkins Loans
  • State Loans
  • College/University Loans
  • private/alternative loans.
Parent loans packaged to meet need: no
First-year loan package range: $1,000 - $39,000
Undergraduate loan package range: $1,000 - $46,000
Percent of undergraduates who have borrowed through all loan programs: 65%
Average student debt upon graduation: $28,945
Types of payment plans:
  • Averett Payment Plan.
Need-based scholarships/grants available:
  • need-based (general)
  • Federal Pell Grants
  • SEOG
  • state scholarships/grants
  • college/university scholarships/grants (institutional funds)
  • private scholarships/grants
  • local scholarships/grants.
Non-need-based scholarships/grants available:
  • non-need-based (general)
  • state scholarships/grants
  • academic merit scholarships/grants
  • creative arts/performance
First-year scholarship/grant award range: $1,000 - $34,000
Undergraduate scholarship/grant award range: $1,000 - $37,000
Percent of scholarship aid awarded to out-of-state students: 37%



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