Approximately 85% of MCLA students receive some form of
Massachusetts has now expanded eligibility for in-state tuition to students who have attended Massachusetts high schools for at least three years and earned a Massachusetts diploma, an expansion which will ensure that many non-U.S. citizens are able to access in-state tuition and financial aid rates at public higher education institutions in the Commonwealth. Learn more and apply here.
When you complete the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) you automatically apply for a wide range of state, federal, and MCLA assistance, such as Pell Grants, Supplemental Education Opportunity Grants, MASS Grants, the College Work Study Program, Perkins Loans, and Federal Direct Student Loans. You can learn more about how to apply for financial aid here.
If you haven't already, review the estimated annual costs to attend MCLA. Especially given the opportunities a quality MCLA education provides, it's surprisingly affordable. Looking for something more personalized? Based on the information you provide, our Net Price Calculator can tell you the price of attendance that students similar to you paid after financial aid. Please find the 23-24 MCLA Cost of Attendance here.
The FAFSA for 2024-2025 is available now! This new and improved FAFSA will make it easier than ever for students and Trailblazer Team members to apply for aid. Learn more about FAFSA Simplification and what it means for you here. One-on-one FAFSA appointments are available.
Bonnie J. Howland
Director of Student Financial Services
Carrie L. Alibozek
Assistant Director of Student Financial Services
Student Loan Coordinator
Catherine L. Obrzut
Accountant & Systems Coordinator
Student Financial Services Clerk