We know that financing a college education is a big investment in your future. We’ll do everything we can to make St. Norbert more affordable for you.

Incoming Students

You may be surprised at how affordable a St. Norbert education can be.

Did you know that a private college like St. Norbert can offer larger scholarships and more need-based aid than many public institutions? In fact, some of our students graduate with less debt than their public school counterparts. How? We’re committed to making a St. Norbert education accessible and we ensure that our students complete their degrees in four years or less.

We want to make your dream to attend St. Norbert a reality, and we’ll work with you to explore every option to make it affordable for you.

Financial Aid Checklist

  1. Apply to SNC and become accepted.
  2. Request a PIN to use in your FAFSA application.
  3. File your FAFSA beginning Jan. 1 and before March 1 for priority consideration. St. Norbert’s school code is 003892.
  4. Aid packages are distributed mid-March.

We’re Here to Help!
Every person’s situation is unique. If you have any questions about costs and financial aid, visit, call or email us:

888-768-6721
financialaid@snc.edu 

A Student Perspective

Haley Bray ’15 thought she needed to attend a large Division I school to find the pride, prestige, social life and academic challenge she wanted. Her parents encouraged her to consider less expensive state schools. A private college like St. Norbert wasn't even in the picture until she attended a preview day with a friend. She loved it!

After meeting with her family at our financial aid office, she says, "We were able to learn about some additional sources of aid that my family wasn't aware of. The whole experience made me feel like I was a person and not just another number like at the other schools I had visited.

"With other scholarships, academic awards, work study and grants, the cost of St. Norbert was only slightly higher than a state school would have been and offered a better educational program. With the increasing cost of state schools, my parents felt that, in the end, it was a better value. And I realized that I found all of the things I was looking for right here at St. Norbert College."