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Sample Aid Packages

Who gets financial aid?

There’s no such thing as a “typical” Transy student. Our students come from a wide range of socioeconomic backgrounds, and they’re all eligible for financial aid. Take a look at some examples of past financial aid award packages:

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Phone: 859-233-8239 or 800-872-6798
Fax: 859-281-3650
FinancialAid@transy.edu

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300 North Broadway
Lexington, Kentucky
40508-1797

Jared

Jared is from Kentucky and comes from a single-parent home with an income of $35,710 per year. His family has no assets, and his FAFSA resulted in an Expected Family Contribution of $0. He had been a good student in high school, but even with scholarships, he was still unsure he would be able to afford Transylvania. Jared decided to apply anyway.

Transy total estimated costs$56,620
Scholarships$17,783
Grants$13,205
Work-Study$2,100
Federal Student Loans$5,500
Total Financial Aid$38,588

Macey

Macey is from Kentucky, and her family has an income of $79,568 per year. She had saved some money from summer jobs, and her parents have $3,500 in assets. Macey’s FAFSA resulted in an Expected Family Contribution of $7,438. She got a 31 on her ACT and carried a 4.0 GPA in high school, and decided Transy was the right school for her.

Transy total estimated costs$56,620
Scholarships$23,500
Grants$5,500
Work-Study$2,100
Federal Student Loans$5,500
Total Financial Aid$36,660

Robert

Robert’s family is from Kentucky and has an income of $105,303 per year with $6,000 in assets. His FAFSA resulted in an Expected Family Contribution of $20,725. He got pretty good grades in high school, but he wasn’t a great test taker, so he chose to go test optional, knowing Transylvania considers more than just the ACT when considering your application.

Transy total estimated costs$56,620
Scholarships$10,389
Grants$10,760
Work-Study$2,100
Federal Student Loans$5,500
Total Financial Aid$28,749

Brandon

Brandon is from Ohio, where his family has an income of $148,836 per year, to go along with $173,170 in assets. His FAFSA resulted in an Expected Family Contribution of $46,586. He was an exceptional high school student, with a high GPA and a 32 on his ACT. He was invited to Transy’s Premier Scholarship Day, where he won a Trustees Scholarship.

Transy total estimated costs$56,620
Scholarships$27,000
Grants$0
Work-Study$0
Federal Student Loans$5,500
Total Financial Aid$32,500

Packages may vary based on submitted FAFSA data.