Invest in a Strong Future. Yours.

You will make many important investments in your life – but few as significant as your college education. Because college can prepare you for the career you envision – and the life you want to live.

That’s why we offer a wide range of financial aid options including generous scholarships, grants, and loans. All designed to make a Meredith education available to strong students like you.

Affording College
Award logo for financial aid transparency partnership.

Meredith College is committed to using the Principles & Standards of the College Cost Transparency Initiative in its student financial aid offers.

$ 0 Million

in scholarships and grants are funded by Meredith College

Over 0 %

of first-year students receive scholarships and/or financial assistance

$ 0 Million+

is coordinated in financial assistance annually

0 %

of alumnae rated the value of a Meredith College education as good, very good, or excellent.

Completing your Free Application for Financial Student Aid (FAFSA) is the only way to access all of the financial resources available to help pay for college. Remember to include Meredith’s FAFSA Title IV Code: 002945. 

FAFSA opened with a soft launch in December 2023 instead of October, which has impacted Meredith’s priority application dates.


Meredith is committed to providing a strong college education at a reasonable price – the cost of our combined tuition, housing, and food is below the national average for private four-year schools. 

aerial view of students at fountain

FAFSA 2024-25

You’ve probably heard about challenges with this year’s Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).

Here Are the Next Steps You Should Take

  1. Submit your FAFSA (if you haven’t already). This is the best way to maximize your college funding options.
  2. If you have applied, check your FAFSA status.
  3. Watch for your financial aid offer from Meredith. We will start sending offers in the next few weeks.

Contact us with questions. We’re here to help!