||Undergraduates (UG); Financial
||Over 37 percent of last
year's entering class received more than $16
million in total aid, $14.6 million (88 percent)
of which was grants.
|Tufts National Merit
||National Merit Finalists
||Non-need based awards up to
$500; Need-based awards up to $2,000.
|Federal Pell Grants
||UG; Exceptional financial need
||Awards from $400 - $5,550/yr.
Eligibility ends after 12 semesters.
|Federal Supplemental Educational
Opportunity Grant (SEOG)
||UG; Exceptional financial need;
Primarily for Pell recipients
||Awards from $200 - $4000/yr.
|GI Bill Yellow Ribbon Program
||Eligible U. S. Veterans
||$5000 Tufts grant matched by
$5000 from the federal Yellow Ribbon Program
|ROTC - Army, Air Force, Navy
||UG; Chosen by Army, Air Force,
||Cross register at MIT; Four-year
tuition scholarships available as well as
|Mass Grants & Gilbert Grants
||Comm. of Mass.
||UG; Massachusetts residents;
Financial need; Meet state deadlines
||UG only; Awards from $300 -
Gilbert average is $2,436
|Other State Scholarships
||UG; Financial need; Meet state
||Residents of AK, CT, DC, ME, MD,
NH, PA, RI, VT may be eligible.
Loans: See also
|Federal Direct Stafford Loans -
||Interest rate for
2012-2013 is 3.4%; 10-yr repayment; 6-mos.
|Federal Perkins Loans
||Exceptional financial need
||5% interest; 10-yr repayment;
9-mos. grace period.
||$500 - $2000/yr; 7% interest;
Work: See also
Work Study: Federal & Tufts
||Financial need for Federal Work
||Students paid weekly. Student
Employment Office helps students find positions.
Wages subsidized by program. Average award for
2008-2009 was $1,851. Click
here to search the
||For more detailed info on
Federal aid, please review the government
The Student Guide.