Hanover College to Offer a Four-Year Tuition Lock

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Beginning in the fall of 2022, Hanover College’s new first-year students will have their tuition locked for four consecutive academic years. Hanover’s new “Price Promise” is another demonstration of the College’s commitment to making college more affordable for students and their families.

The tuition lock will help families plan more effectively for college expenses knowing that the most significant portion of their total cost of attendance will not change. The lock applies to first-year college students from any U.S. state or country and applies to tuition only. Room and board and other fees may still experience small annual increases.

“Tuition is the most significant part of the cost of college and concern over tuition increases is something all colleges hear often from students and parents,” said Peter Ashley, vice president for enrollment and marketing. “Removing the mystery by locking their tuition will help families plan how to pay for college more effectively and will give them one less thing to worry about.”

Hanover College has recently taken several important steps to make attending Hanover a reality for more families. Last year, Hanover announced a four-year Graduation Guarantee. For 2022, Hanover extended its Indiana Pell Promise to all 50 states, which means that any student eligible for a federal Pell grant can attend Hanover College tuition free. In addition, 100% of Hanover College students receive financial aid with an average of $32,000.

For the 2022-23 academic year, Hanover’s tuition is $40,681 and total costs, including room, board and other associated student fees, is $54,382. To learn more, please visit hanover.edu.