When it comes to the value of a college degree, Lafayette gets high marks across the board.
Reports in The Wall Street Journal, Bloomberg Businessweek, and Payscale.com have ranked Lafayette as one of the top schools in the nation in highest return on investment for liberal arts graduates.
Our costs to educate a student are actually higher than what we charge for tuition. Much of the difference is covered by our endowment. Our endowment-per-student ratio is in the top 8 percent of all colleges and universities in the country, which means you will get close working relationships with faculty and staff and first-class facilities and equipment.
Our liberal arts education not only prepares you to apply knowledge to local and global challenges in your career, it also sets you on a path to a greater quality of life.
|Housing Expenses (room rate 1)**||$11,310|
|Food Expenses (20 meals/week)***||$6,980|
*This is a one-time fee charged to first year students in their first semester.
**Additional fees may apply based upon housing selection.
***First year students are required to have a 20-meal per week plan.
*Allowance varies based on the student’s state of residence
Eligibility for federal financial aid is determined using the federal cost of attendance formula.