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  • We’re thrilled that you’re interested in Blackburn College and pleased to offer you a preliminary estimate of the financial assistance you will receive here. Completing the calculator should take no more than 20 minutes of your time. You will need to answer some basic questions about your family’s financial situation to learn your Expected Family Contribution (EFC), so before you begin, please gather recent tax forms or pay stubs for both the parents and student.

    Step 1.

    General information

    Type of student, residency & high school information











    Follow this link to find your high school CEEB code

    Step 2.

    Financial Information

    Dependency status and financial aid information





    Expected Family Contribution (EFC)

    Please follow this link for the College Board EFC Calculator and fill out the information, ensuring the button for “Federal Methodology (FM)” is selected on the Formulas page. Use your results to fill in the box below.

    Step 3.

    Academic Information

    GPA, HS class rank and test scores data








    If you took the old SAT, please click here to convert your score to the new SAT











    Follow this link to find your Institution’s FICE code

    Step 2.

    Financial Information

    Dependency status and financial aid information





    Expected Family Contribution (EFC)

    Please follow this link for the College Board EFC Calculator and fill out the information, ensuring the button for “Federal Methodology (FM)” is selected on the Formulas page. Use your results to fill in the box below.

    Step 3.

    Academic Information

    GPA and Class Standings





    If you have any questions about your estimated costs, filing the FAFSA, or about Blackburn College in general, please contact the Admissions Office at 800.233.3550, ext. 5517 or alisha.kapp@blackburn.edu.

    Step 4.

    Results

    Cost of attendance, grants/scholarships & estimated net price

    Tuition and Fees


    Room and Board


    Total Direct Charges


    Total Grants and Scholarships


    Pell Grant


    Work Award



    Estimated Net Price*


    Total Federal Student Loans



    * Estimated Balance Due After Loans


    * The Estimated net price or Estimated balance due after loans do not include amounts for books, personal, and transportation expenses. For your planning purposes we are providing estimates for these expenses below:


    Estimated books and supplies


    Other(personal and transportation expenses)


    This information provided by this calculator is not binding and simply provides information to aid in the college search and selection process. Students must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) in order to be eligible for, and receive, an actual financial aid award that includes Federal grant, loan, or work study assistance under Title IV. Students must also fill out any and all necessary institution-specific forms and applications by the dates indicated through the College.

    The scholarship and financial aid information provided by this calculator does not represent a final determination, or actual award, of financial assistance and is dependent on the accuracy of information provided. Additionally, please note that the calculator provides an estimate of financial aid for one academic year. Costs, estimated financial need, and estimated aid are subject to change. Changes to federal, state, or institutional awarding rules, as well as changes to student or family information could impact future award amounts and eligibility.

    Information provided by this calculator is simply an estimate and shall not be binding on the Secretary, the institution of higher education, or the State. Estimates may change if alterations to federal, state, or institutional awarding rules occur or a family’s personal financial situation changes.