Tuition & Financial Aid

Lawrenceville is proud to offer financial aid providing support to those students with demonstrated need. The current financial aid budget of over $12.3 million reflects the School’s commitment to supporting students from a broad range of economic situations.

2017-18 TUITION & FEES

Tuition & Fees Boarding Day
Tuition 2017-2018 $62,190 $51,440
Technology $550 $375
Infirmary Fee $885 $550
Total $63,625 $52,365

Other Expenses:

  • Books and supplies: $1000
  • Health Insurance - International Students - 12 month plan (effective 8/15/17 - 8/14/18) - $2,165.12
  • Health insurance - International Students - 10 month plan (effective 8/15/17 - 6/15/18) - $1,945.10
  • Health Insurance - Domestic Students - (effective 8/1/17 - 12/31/17) - 875.00
  • Spending Money: $750
 
 

Payment Plans

Option 1: Pay the tuition in one installment on or before July 15th.

Option 2: Pay in two installments. The basic tuition payment plan involves two payments. The first payment is due July 15 and covers 60% of tuition and 100% of the medical and technology fees and tuition refund insurance premium. The balance is due December 15.

Option 3: For families seeking financing alternatives for their child’s education, there is one company that offers low fixed rate loans which may be a suitable option to help make your child’s education costs more affordable. Please visit their website at http://www.yourtuitionsolution.com for further information.

Contact Information

Director of Financial Aid
Sara Tucker
609-895-2199
 
Fax: 609-620-7672

Important Dates

February 1, 2018

Complete the Parents' Financial Statement with SSS online at www.nais.org.

March 10, 2018

Admission and financial aid decisions are mailed.

April 10, 2018

Matriculation packet is due in the Admission Office.

May 1, 2018

Send your 2016 Federal Income Tax Return to SSS if you have not already done so. No financial aid award is finalized until we receive your completed 2016 Federal Income Tax Return.

July 15, 2018

First installment of the student bill is due in the Comptroller’s Office.
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