Great Education for the Money
Committed to Making Your Education Affordable
Attending Rutgers may be more affordable than you think. To help eligible students afford a Rutgers education, the university offers need-based financial aid, merit-based scholarships, student employment, information about loans, and tuition payment plans.
Financial aid consists of a variety of grants, scholarships, loans or work study. Rutgers uses your FAFSA to develop a financial aid package based on your financial information, financial need, and the funds available to the university.
New Jersey Educational Opportunity Fund
The New Jersey Educational Opportunity Fund (EOF) program provides financial assistance and support services to New Jersey students from educationally and economically disadvantaged backgrounds.
Number of Semesters That Students Can Receive an EOF Grant
Competitive awards are based on the academic accomplishments of individual applicants, the overall strength of our applicant pool, and available funding.
of Enrolling Students Receive Scholarships
Must apply for admission by December 1 to be considered. No separate scholarship application required.