A high-quality education is never cheap, but with federal and state assistance plus careful financial planning, most Erskine students who are South Carolina residents pay less than $10,000 per year.
Compare the estimated cost of a year at Erskine to the typical amount of financial aid received by Erskine students:
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|Room, Board, Fees||
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|Typical Financial Aid Packages*|
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|For a resident of another state||
*For SC resident students with a 3.0 GPA or higher, an SAT score of 1000-1150, and a class ranking within the top 30%
Many sources of assistance
Over 90% of Erskine students receive some form of financial assistance from Federal, State and Institutional aid sources. Erskine offers a variety of scholarship opportunities that recognize our students’ academic abilities, athletic talent, and honor their dedication to the performing arts, community service, and the ARP church. You may be surprised at how much your child can receive.
Don’t think that a new student had to be perfect in high school to receive financial aid; many Erskine students carried a high school GPA between 3.0 and 4.0. It is also surprising how many organizations offer assistance that you might not be aware of.