*These estimates reflect the typical charges for a full-time undergraduate New York state resident with a double room and the most common meal plan.
SUNY Fredonia is ranked #13 by Kiplinger among Best College Values Under $30,000.
The Financial Aid office staff at SUNY Fredonia is available to answer any questions you may have during your quest to obtain Federal and State aid dollars to be used for educational expenses. We process a variety of Federal and State grant programs, determine eligibility for Federal Work Study jobs and begin the Federal Direct Student Loan (Stafford) process for eligible students. Federal Direct Parent and Private Alternative Student loans are also processed by our office, as requested by families who are pursuing alternative financing options.
You may be a prospective SUNY Fredonia student just entering the "financial aid world" or a returning SUNY Fredonia student who is becoming more personally involved with the process. Either way, feel free to contact us with any questions you may have!
FACT: SUNY Fredonia offers approximately $2 million in merit- and need-based scholarships to academically qualified students each year.