Tuition and Scholarships Tuition and FeesFinancial AidNet Price CalculatorScholarshipsWork Study and Loans Powerpoint on Completing the FAFSAPowerpoint on Searching for ScholarshipsPowerpoint on the Myths and Truths of Financial Aid Value Named a “Great School, Great Price" by U.S. News & World Report, Hamline is not only a sound investment, but a great value. Here’s why: We offer competitive financial aid and scholarship opportunities Our four year assurance: you’ll earn your bachelor’s degree in four years or we’ll pay the difference (a potential savings of $40,000-60,000) We encourage you to apply for outside scholarships and grants (we won’t reduce the amount of scholarship dollars we give you) A liberal arts education gives you a leg up in a down economy. According to USA Today, liberal arts grads are: Three times less likely to be unemployed after college (3.1% vs 9.6%). Half as likely to live with their parents after graduating (18% vs 35%). Less likely to have amassed credit card debt during their time in school (37% vs 51%). Financial Aid Statistics Over 90% of families receive Hamline grants and/or scholarship aid, either need- or merit-based. $30,625 - the average financial aid package for first-time, incoming first-year students. January-term is included at no additional cost in Hamline's annual tuition. Hamline's FAFSA code is 002354.