Financial Aid

We know college is a huge investment! We’re here to help—offering scholarships and grants that directly reduce the cost of tuition. We love working with students to bring down the price so you can enjoy more of Crown College. Our team also helps you navigate student loans to find the right way for you to pay for college.

How much does Crown College cost?

  • $37,180

    Tuition, college fee, room and board for the 2020-2021 academic year

  • – $16,910

    The average financial aid award (includes grants and scholarships)

  • $20,270

    Average net cost of tuition, college fee, room and board for aid recipients

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Applying for financial aid

Crown can be surprisingly affordable. After you have applied and been accepted at Crown, you will need to submit your FAFSA and turn in any requested documents to the Financial Aid Office. A Financial Aid Offer will be sent to you along with further information about how much you will owe and options available to cover any remaining balance.

Crown College FAFSA CODE: 002383

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How do students pay loans off?


Meet Thomas and Laura. They both graduated with just about $20,000 of debt each. They moved for Thomas to be a youth pastor in Washington while making about $35,000 a year. They made paying off loans a priority, and despite having a new baby, having to purchase a car, and moving into a more expensive residence, they were able to pay off the $40,000 in just about 2 ½ years, instead of the 10-year plan they were on.

This couple focused on paying off student loans and decided not to live lavishly so that they could become debt-free quickly. We know that taking out loans can be intimidating, and this is just one example of how students have reasonably paid off student loans. However, if you can make smart financial decisions, a college loan doesn’t have to live with you for the rest of your life.

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