One of the most affordable, private universities in New England, our number one priority is to make your college education both financially feasible and an investment in your life plan.
Bay Path believes that every female student nationally should be able to attend college and that your financial situation should not stand in the way.
Pell Grant Free Tuition Program
First-year, first-time, traditional students who qualify for a Pell Grant and have a GPA over 3.0 will receive free tuition to Bay Path University. Learn more here.
Depending on your GPA, you could be awarded a merit scholarship worth $12,000 - $25,000 a year, renewable while you are enrolled. Learn more here.
Signature Scholarship Competition Program
First-year, first-time undergraduate students can compete for scholarships ranging from $500 tofull tuition.
For students who do not qualify for a Pell Grant, we attempt to meet your financial need with a combination of scholarships, need-based grants, on-campus jobs, and loans. More information can be found here.
The 2024-2025 FAFSA application will be available by the end of December 2023. The Bay Path University school code is 002122. Historically, the FAFSA has been available beginning October 1st each year. However, because of significant changes to the application and the rebuild of the FAFSA processing system, the Department of Education has indicated that students will be able to complete the 2024-2025 FAFSA by December 31st and schools will begin receiving FAFSA data by January 31st. This means Bay Path will not be able to notify students that we have received their FAFSA until February 2024. Bay Path University is anticipating the financial aid award notifications to be mailed in late February to early March.
Our costs for Tuition, Room & Board: upfront prices, no hidden fees
2023-2024 Academic Year (12-18 CREDITS PER SEMESTER)
Room & Board (14 meals per week plan)*
You will also need to budget for personal expenses, like travel, for example, if you are a commuter student, and health insurance, which is required in Massachusetts for all adults over 18 years.