93% of Valpo students receive financial assistance through scholarships, grants, loans, and/or campus employment. $100 million in financial assistance is awarded to undergraduate students annually at Valpo. $30 thousand is the average annual aid award for new undergraduates receiving aid in 2015-2016. 94% is the job or graduate school placement rate for Valpo students within six months of graduation.

Based on cost and value, U.S. News & World Report consistently ranks Valparaiso University among “Great Schools at Great Prices.” You may be surprised at how affordable a top quality education can be at this top ranked comprehensive Midwest college.

The value of a Valparaiso University education is revealed in many ways. The strong academic reputation is one and a Christian environment that fosters both spiritual and intellectual growth is another. Still others include extensive activities, leadership opportunities and learning beyond the classroom. Perhaps one of the greatest returns on a Valpo education is the preparation to make a difference by connecting your college term papers work and faith in service to the world and its people.

 

Sensible borrowing cannot only help you pay for college, but also helps you establish a good credit history. Similarly, not making your regular payments can result in a poor credit rating or even default. Valpo students have been responsible borrowers. Here are a few facts:

  • Valpo’s default rate is calculated at 4.3% compared with a national average of 13.7%.
  • Just under three-fourths of Valpo students borrow while in school. Valpo undergraduate borrowers graduating in December 2013 and May 2014 had an average debt of about $35,400, resulting in a 10-year monthly payment of about $400/month at today’s interest rates.  (These averages are based on federal, private, and institutional loans borrowed.

 

 Complete Direct Loan Exit Counseling  Perkins Loan Exit Counseling  Total Graduate Indebtedness by College

 

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