Student Loans for University of Hartford Students

About University of Hartford

student loansThe University of Hartford made its home in West Hartford, Connecticut, way back in 1877, originally as an art institute, and has grown with the city since. Re-chartered as a University in 1957, the University of Harvard is currently a Tier 1 University, as per US News and World Report rankings, and is home to 4,800 undergraduate students. The small size of the University gives it a feel decidedly like a liberal arts college, and the student-to-faculty ration of 14:1 definitely enforces that vibe.

Despite being a relatively big city (for New England), Hartford isn’t exactly the sort of city that you’re likely to go adventure around in and wind up spending lots of money while doing so. While that might sound rather boring, it’s actually a good thing for your budget, especially if you’re receiving University of Hartford financial aid (trust us, we’re not being hard on Hartford, that’s just how it is – boring, and somewhat dangerous). In any case, keep your spending in check, that’s all we’re saying, though you should definitely hit up some of the local hotspots every now and then, like Harry’s Pizza or Wings over Hartford.

University of Hartford Financial Loans

Student-LoanWe’ll make this really quick and simple. Ready? Here goes. You’ll receive an aid package with some mix of loans, grants, scholarships, and self-help aid, like work-study programs. The amounts will vary based on your need, but that’s the general idea. For some students, that will be all they could possibly ever need to cover college costs, but for others, it won’t be quite enough. For this second group of students, private student loans are often a good resource for covering college costs. If you think a private student loan would be good for you, check out our student loan comparison tool to search, compare, and apply for a private student loan today.

Pay for University of Hartford*

Total Avg. Cost $42,428
Tuition $27,750
Room & Board Not Avail.
Financial Aid Information
Students Receiving Fin Aid 82%
Typical Grant Amounts
State/Local $3,675
Federal $2,546
%Receiving Loans 31%
Avg. Other Stud. Loans $11,023
%Receiving Other Loans 23%

Get into University of Hartford

Admission Rate 67%
Total Enrollment 7,212
Men 45%
Women 55%
Graduation Rate 59%
Application Fee $35

Contact University of Hartford

Address
200 Bloomfield Ave
West Hartford, CT 06117-1599(860) 768-4100
Financial Aid Office URL
http://admission.hartford.edu/finaid
Admissions Office URL
http://admission.hartford.edu

*Data source is the Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS) the data collection program for the National Center for Education Statistics

 

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