Investing in Your Asbury Future
How families like yours can take advantage of Asbury University's value.
Our Office of Admissions is closely monitoring and following Asbury University’s official COVID-19 Response. Unfortunately, all campus visits are now cancelled through May 12 out of an abundance of caution and desire for your safety. However, we remain committed to being a resource to you and are working on online alternatives and conferences for you to still get to know Asbury and for us to get to know you! Stay tuned to our Admissions page for updates.
If you have any questions or concerns, email email@example.com or call (859) 858-5374.
Your pathway to education matters, and we take it personally.
Asbury’s sticker price is already a great value — $10K less than the national average.
Everyone sees the same sticker price, but it’s probably far more than you’ll actually pay.
Building the path toward your education is a 3-way partnership.
Here’s how it works:
Asbury offers generous financial aid, looking at each family’s story to create individual financial-aid packages.
First, we add scholarships based on merit — up to $10,000 (top scholars can compete for scholarships worth 75 percent and 100 percent of tuition).
Government & Other Grants & Loans
Next, we add grants based on need — up to $10,000. Finally, we add student loans offered through the government (and the University), up to $5,500.
The actual cost is the amount left over after scholarships, grants and student loans have been applied. This is the number your family will actually look at — and it is often significantly less than the sticker price.
Your package may include loans, but they won’t break the bank.
The average Asbury student loan debt at graduation is only $23,035.52 — far below the national average of $39,400.
20 percent of Asbury students graduate with no debt at all!
Your Asbury education is a good investment.
After leaving Asbury, our graduates thrive in every field of calling, equipped by an outstanding education that’s accessible to everyone.
Have questions? Call us at (859) 858-5000