After financial aid, a PBA education can cost even less than a public university—find clear info about cost of attendance.Tuition & Fees
Scholarships, grants, loans, and Work Study—all add up to make a PBA education more affordable.Types of Aid
We are eager to help you with the financial aid process; the first step is to apply for admission to PBA.Apply for Admission
We believe in the transformative experience you will have at PBA, which is why we offer tens of millions of dollars each year in financial aid to help offset the cost of attending and remove financial barriers to a premier private university.
It’s important for you and your family to understand that, while the "sticker" price of tuition and fees looks high at first glance, the abundance of financial aid we offer will make the actual cost of attendance much, much less. In fact, once your entire financial aid package is taken into consideration, there’s a good chance your actual cost of attendance will be the same, or even less, than that of a public institution. See for yourself by using our Net Price Calculator.
There is a wide range of different types of financial aid for which you may qualify to help offset the cost of attending.
The first step in the financial aid process is to submit your application for admission. This will help determine any institutional scholarships for which you may qualify.
Equally important is to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). This will determine your financial aid package. It’s important to complete your FAFSA as early as possible after October 1, since some forms of aid are awarded on a first come, first served basis.
Check out the financial aid programs offered specifically to our military veteran applicants.
We offer more than $300,000 in scholarships annually to students in our pharmacy programs.
Learn more about financial aid with information for parents and families.
We offer our students over $27 million in financial assistance each year.
97 percent of PBA’s degree-seeking undergraduate students receive some form of financial aid.
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