Mid American Conference

Financial Aid Comparison

This page compares 15 schools in Mid American Conference in terms of Financial Aid. For those schools, the average financial aid rate is 65.92% for all undergraduate students (11,720 students got grant and/or scholarship aid). For first-time full-time beginning undergraduate students (freshmen), the average financial aid rate is 83.17% (2,814 freshmen got grant and/or scholarship aid).

Mid American Conference Financial Aid Comparison Table
NameBeginning Undergraduate StudentsAll Undergraduate Students
Number Receiving AidPercent Receiving AidAverage AmountNumber Receiving AidPercent Receiving AidAverage Amount
Dekalb, ILPublic, 4 Years1,65690%$9,9599,69972%$8,809
Muncie, INPublic, 4 Years3,57890%$9,95211,70569%$10,960
Mount Pleasant, MIPublic, 4 Years2,62886%$9,47411,83966%$7,631
Ypsilanti, MIPublic, 4 Years2,69497%$7,91612,61073%$7,110
Kalamazoo, MIPublic, 4 Years1,97663%$8,21610,00656%$7,960
Buffalo, NYPublic, 4 Years2,87469%$8,77412,07557%$8,549
Akron, OHPublic, 4 Years2,96989%$7,60310,70363%$7,000
Bowling Green, OHPublic, 4 Years2,72682%$7,06610,38471%$7,502
Kent, OHPublic, 4 Years3,76588%$7,69615,49370%$7,110
Oxford, OHPublic, 4 Years2,53066%$12,69410,39161%$11,059
Athens, OHPublic, 4 Years3,39184%$6,48913,90960%$6,186
Toledo, OHPublic, 4 Years2,97594%$8,39411,82973%$8,450
Average 2,814 83.17 % $8,686 11,720 65.92 % $8,194
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