Financial Aid FAQ

How much does tuition cost?

Click here to view the tuition and fee rates for the 2019-2020 academic year.

How can I apply for a Boyce Scholarship?

It’s simple! Complete the College Board PROFILE before the financial aid deadline to be considered for a scholarship from Boyce College. Review eligibility requirements before applying.

How do I view my current tuition charges?

Log into with your username and password. To view or pay your account click Student Tools and then the Account Information link on the left side of the screen. Scroll down to the My Account section and locate payment links. If you have any questions please feel free to contact the Accounting office at 502-897-4128.

Should I submit the FAFSA?

No. Boyce College does not participate in any federal or state student aid programs involving loans or grants. Financial Aid at Boyce consists of Cooperative Program funding, scholarships awarded through endowed aid, and a private loan opportunity. Therefore, it is not necessary for Boyce students to complete the FAFSA.

Why does Boyce College choose not to accept federal aid?

While Boyce College is eligible to participate in federal loan and grant programs funded by Title IV, the institution chooses not to accept such funding in order to avoid federal oversight in the classroom and to maintain curricular control.

Do I need to be accepted as a student at Boyce College before I can apply for scholarships?

Most outside scholarships have early application deadlines and students are encouraged to apply for such scholarships before they are officially accepted as a student at Boyce College.

When will my Boyce Scholarship be applied to my tuition account?

All scholarships and loans will be applied to tuition accounts on the date that billing opens for the upcoming semester (one to two weeks before the start of term). Scholarships and loans received after the open of billing will be applied to student tuition accounts on a rolling basis.

What if I have received a scholarship from an outside organization, but the check will not arrive until after the close of billing?

Students who have received an award letter from a scholarship organization can simply give a copy of the letter to the Financial Aid Office. After receiving the award letter, Financial Aid will put temporary credit on the student’s tuition account until the scholarship check arrives.

Can I defer my student loans while I am a student at Boyce College?

Boyce College is able to assist students in the loan deferment process for most federal and state educational loans received from previous institutions. Questions about loan deferments should be directed to the Academic Records Office.