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Washington College (MD): Merit Aid, Financial Aid Data, Offer Data & More

Private1,367 StudentsIn State: $65,286/yrOut of state: $65,286/yr

Washington College offers 100% of incoming freshmen merit aid. The average merit aid award is $19,897. Washington College is a private college located in Chestertown, Maryland. Its student population is 1,367. It is a four-year, small, highly residential campus. It has an acceptance rate of 64%. Washington College 4 year graduation rate is 73% .


Merit Aid Stats For Washington College


FRESHMAN W/O NEED, RECEIVING MERIT AID

$19,897

AVG. MERIT AID AWARD

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% of freshman
with need

$5,390

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Admission Data


  • Admission rate 64%
  • Avg. high school GPA 3.6
  • Avg. ACT 25.5
  • Avg. SAT 1175
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Upcoming Deadlines For Washington College


  • Early decision 1 - Deadline
    Dec 1
  • Early decision 1 - Notification
    Jan 15
  • Washington College - Send test score
    Feb 15

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Recent Financial Aid Offers For the 2019 Admissions Year

Parents who completed the admissions process in 2019 submitted their offer data as presented here.


Money You Don’t Need To payMoney Your Family Needs To payFederal Student Loans (Government)Work Study
Expected Family Contribution
State of Residence
Unweighted GPA
Composite SAT
Composite ACT
Admission
Type
College Estimated Cost of Attendance
College Grants & Scholarships (NOT BASED on financial need)
Is this money automatically renewable?
College Grants & Scholarships (BASED on financial need)
Net Cost to your family (before loans & work study)
Subsidized
Unsubsidized
Amount you can earn
Below $15,000 TX 4.1 0 22 Early Action $65000 $0 $0 $65000 $0 $0 $0
Recent Financial Aid Offers For the 2019 Admissions Year

Colleges with Similar Merit Aid Award Percentages and Award Amounts


Name
Cost
Received Merit
Aid
Avg Merit
Aid
Acceptance
Rate
Merit
Match
Washington College $65,286 100% $19,897 64%
Lenoir Rhyne University $53,920 98% $21,689 74%
Nazareth College $52,145 100% $21,483 64%
Pacific University $62,156 98% $21,358 85%
John Carroll University $59,892 98% $21,275 83%
Cazenovia College $52,378 100% $21,011 82%
Albertus Magnus College $54,674 100% $20,000 58%
Goshen College $48,100 100% $19,826 66%
Aquinas College $46,154 100% $19,774 69%
Cardinal Stritch University $44,130 100% $19,678 71%
University Of Portland $64,970 96% $19,661 75%
Capital University $52,312 100% $19,431 73%
University Of Puget Sound $68,146 98% $19,290 88%
Hamline University $54,056 97% $19,218 67%
Loyola University Chicago $63,573 96% $19,101 68%
Saint Mary's College Of California $69,230 101% $19,070 77%
Gordon College $52,436 98% $18,764 75%
Graceland University Lamoni $43,960 100% $18,146 58%
Bethel University $53,200 99% $18,143 71%
Fairleigh Dickinson University Florham Campus n/a * 99% $18,141 84%
Colleges with similar merit aid awards levels and amounts

Colleges in Mid East Region with similar merit aid awards levels


Name
Cost
Received Merit
Aid
Avg Merit
Aid
Acceptance
Rate
Washington College $65,286 100% $19,897 64%
Moravian College $64,107 100% $23,305 73%
Lycoming College $58,059 97% $26,637 66%
Neumann University $49,960 97% $16,864 69%
Drexel University $58,514 100% $15,641 77%
Pennsylvania State University Penn State Altoona $42,648 99% $4,131 91%
Fairleigh Dickinson University Florham Campus n/a * 99% $18,141 84%
Nazareth College $52,145 100% $21,483 64%
Seton Hill University $51,332 102% $18,135 75%
Saint John Fisher College $50,300 100% $13,847 64%
Point Park University $48,510 98% $13,082 65%
Messiah College $50,380 98% $15,580 79%
Goucher College $63,850 99% $22,146 80%
Washington & Jefferson College $64,082 100% $29,014 82%
Lebanon Valley College $60,710 96% $22,205 78%
Allegheny College $65,400 95% $29,497 64%
Marywood University $52,913 98% $18,010 76%
Cazenovia College $52,378 100% $21,011 82%
Duquesne University $31,346 98% $16,974 72%
Gwynedd Mercy University $51,000 95% $17,691 92%
Colleges in Mid East Region with similar merit aid awards levels and amounts

Colleges with similar acceptance rate and median earnings of alumni after 10 years


Name
Acceptance
Rate
10 Year
Salary
Washington College 64 $93,500
Drake University 68 $99,900
University Of Rhode Island 69 $99,700
University Of Scranton 73 $99,700
San Francisco State University 72 $99,500
University Of Vermont 68 $99,400
Albion College 68 $99,300
Butler University 68 $99,300
Colleges with similar acceptance rate and median earnings of alumni after 10 years

Colleges with similar acceptance rate and cost of attendance


College
Acceptance
Rate
Attendance
Cost
Washington College 64 $65,286
Wabash College 65 $58,770
Woodbury University 66 $58,938
Spring Hill College 66 $59,062
Coe College 67 $59,070
Gustavus Adolphus College 66 $59,160
University Of Bridgeport 57 $59,178
Mcdaniel College 64 $59,232
University Of Hartford 71 $59,249
Arcadia University 64 $59,840
Florida Institute Of Technology 65 $60,150
Cleveland Institute Of Art 73 $60,387
Depauw University 63 $60,406
University Of Vermont 68 $60,438
Butler University 68 $60,710
Earlham College 65 $61,015
Simmons College 70 $61,100
Rochester Institute Of Technology 66 $61,484
Carthage College 68 $61,600
Kalamazoo College 73 $61,723
University Of Dayton 72 $61,900
Colleges with similar acceptance rate and cost of attendance

Colleges with similar acceptance rate and similar 4 year graduation rates


Name
Acceptance
Rate
4 year
graduation
Washington College 64 73%
Clark University 59 77%
Wofford College 64 77%
Stonehill College 70 77%
Gustavus Adolphus College 66 77%
Depauw University 63 76%
Hobart William Smith Colleges 57 76%
Yeshiva University 60 76%
Beloit College 56 75%
Ursinus College 71 75%
Sarah Lawrence College 56 74%
Wheaton College 70 74%
University Of Delaware 66 73%
Furman 61 73%
University Of Scranton 73 72%
Wabash College 65 72%
Sewanee The University Of The South 65 72%
Quinnipiac University 72 71%
Illinois Wesleyan University 59 71%
Luther College 63 71%
Colleges with similar acceptance rate and similar 4 year graduation rates

Comparing merit aid in colleges with similar acceptance rates.


Name
Received Merit
Aid
Avg Merit
Aid
Washington College 100% $19,897
North Central College 100% $22,376
Central College 100% $22,243
Dominican University 100% $21,950
Nazareth College 100% $21,483
Mount St. Mary's University 94% $20,831
Mercer University 95% $20,411
Albertus Magnus College 100% $20,000
Goshen College 100% $19,826
Aquinas College 100% $19,774
Sewanee The University Of The South 93% $19,708
Cardinal Stritch University 100% $19,678
Stonehill College 95% $19,657
Capital University 100% $19,431
Hamline University 97% $19,218
Loyola University Chicago 96% $19,101
Drew University 91% $18,859
Creighton University 93% $18,644
Butler University 94% $18,181
Graceland University Lamoni 100% $18,146
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