Investing in private education is a substantial commitment. Support from alumni and our endowment provides funding that allows us to meet the need of entering students, beginning fall 2020, with a combination of scholarships, grants, work-study and a federal student loan.

Facts & figures about Sewanee's aid approach

Highlights

Tuition & Fees

Each year, Sewanee invests more than $34 million of institutional resources through academic scholarships, need-based grants, tuition remissions, and institutional employment opportunities for undergraduate students. In August, 97 percent of incoming students received funding from Sewanee in the form of scholarships, need-based grants, tuition exchange or tuition remission. Their average gift aid was about $24,690. 52 percent of the incoming class is eligible for need-based aid.

Scholarships

There is no separate application or separate deadline for scholarships prior to an admission decision. Applicants are evaluated for highest performance within the applicant pool using the Common Application. All scholarships are renewable with satisfactory academic progress.

Contact Information

The Office of Financial Aid is located in Fulford Hall on the second floor. Parking is available behind the building. Map & directions.

Staff
  • Beth A. Cragar, Associate Dean of Admission for Financial Aid
  • Denise Barry, Assistant Director of Financial Aid
  • Cristy Fulscher, Financial Aid Counselor¬†
  • Christy VanWinkle, Financial Aid Counselor
Email
Mailing Address & Contact

Office of Financial Aid
735 University Avenue
Sewanee, TN 37383-1000
Phone: 931.598.1312
Fax: 931.598.3273