Net Price Calculator
Estimate Your Tuition and Financial Aid
At Point University, we believe that a quality, Christian education should be accessible to all. That’s why we offer competitive, reduced tuition rates for online students, as well as resources to help you find scholarships that are relevant to you. We understand that this process can be overwhelming, though, so to make it as easy as possible for you to prepare and understand your options, we’ve designed a helpful tool that will guide you through estimating the total cost of your education.
Our interactive Net Price Calculator is designed for online undergraduate students and uses your specific information to generate an estimate of the total cost of your education at Point, including financial aid. This is not an application for financial aid, and the actual net price of your education may vary. Use the Net Price Calculator now, or read on to learn more about how it works and what information you’ll need to provide to get the most accurate estimate.
Here’s how it works:
First, you’ll provide basic information about yourself, including:
- Student status (freshman or transfer)
- Marital status
- Dependent status
- Military status
- State of residence
- Standardized test scores
- High school GPA (or college GPA, if transferring)
Then, you’ll answer questions about your family’s finances in order to determine how much your family can be expected to contribute toward the cost of your education. For this part, you will need:
- Previous year’s federal income tax returns
- Most recent W2 forms
- Information on savings and/or other financial assets
To get the most accurate estimate of your education cost, we recommend that you complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) before using this calculator. You can use the Data Retrieval Tool within the FAFSA to automatically pull in tax and earning information. (Point’s school code is 001547.)
With all of your information provided, the Net Price Calculator will then apply Point’s specific tuition rates, fees, and packaging policies to determine the estimated cost to you. Please keep in mind that this is just an estimation to help you plan for how you’ll pay for your education, not a guarantee of financial aid.