A college education is one of the most significant investment decisions you will help your child make in their lifetime. Butler University partners with our families to help plan for college costs. We offer a number of programs that help all families manage the investment in a Butler education.
One of the most significant resources available to you is the counseling staff in the Butler University Office of Financial Aid. They will answer questions and help all families through the financial aid process.
Two effective ways to maximize your financial aid possibilities are simply: know what programs Butler University offers and meet important priority dates.
Butler offers a variety of programs to assist families with meeting the educational expenses: merit and talent awards, need-based aid for those who qualify, and financing options for all who attend Butler.
Merit and talent awards are offered to students who show academic excellence in high school or promise in the performing arts or athletics. Students should apply for admission by November 1 to receive maximum consideration.
Need-based aid is available to families who demonstrate financial aid eligibility (need). To apply, you should complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) before March 1. We recommend all families complete this form regardless of income.
Direct costs (tuition, room, board and fees) at Butler University costs about $43,968 a year and we offer several financing options for all families to help maximize their existing financial resources.
Working together, we can truly help you tailor a financial plan to make a Butler education a reality. For much more information about financial aid and financing options, visit /financial-aid.
An education is an investment that extends over a period of years but lasts a lifetime.