Hanover College invests heavily in the future success of our students by offering one of the nation's most aggressive financial assistance programs.
On average Hanover students graduate with less debt than students from many state schools in Indiana. Why? Because our students typically graduate in four years and our aid packages make a private school education comparable to tuition prices at many public institutions.
Here's a quick breakdown of our financial aid packages:
As a private institution, our endowments have remained strong even in this economic environment. This means you'll get about five times the funding as your counterparts at state schools.
The Princeton Review named Hanover College one of the nation's top 50 "Best Value" private colleges, along with Princeton, Dartmouth, Duke & Stanford. Hanover College was chosen for our excellent academics, generous financial aid packages, and relatively low costs of attendance.
94% of Hanover students graduate in 4 years, compared to only 53% at public schools. The sooner you graduate, the less debt you incur & the quicker you'll start paying it off. The typical Hanover graduate earns $32,300 in their first year after graduation - while the typical state school graduate pays an average of $11,033 in their fifth year of education.
In addition to direct college costs, you can expect to incur costs for books, transportation and personal expenses. We want you to consider these factors as you plan your education.
Take out the guess work: apply online and get a customized financial package built just for you.