All Undergraduate Students Financial Aid

133 undergraduate students (73% of all students) have received grants, scholarships, and/or federal student loans at Salon Success Academy-Riverside. The percentage of students who received financial aid higher compared to Private (for-profit), Less Than 2-Years Colleges in California.
Compare to similar schools in rankings such as The Academy of Radio and TV Broadcasting and Avalon School of Cosmetology-Alameda, the percentage of students who received financial aid is average (the average of the schools is 72.22%).
The average amount of grants of scholarship aid is $5,282 and the average loan amount is $6,532. The average financial aid amount is 26.41% of tuition & fees (tuition & fees: $20,000).

Undergraduate Financial Aid by Type

Number Receiving AidPercent Receiving AidTotal Amount of Aid ReceivedAverage Amount of Aid Received
Grant or scholarship aid133 73%$702,471$5,282
Pell Grants124 68%$599,048$4,831
Federal Students Loans119 65%$777,324$6,532

Undergraduate Student Financial Aid Comparison Chart

First-time (full-time) Undergraduate Students Financial Aid

For the full-time, first-time undergraduate students (freshmen, in most cases), 31 students have received one or more types of financial aid at Salon Success Academy-Riverside.
The average amount of federal, state, local or institutional grant aid is $5,822 and the average amount of student loans awarded to full-time first-time undergraduate students is $7,544.
The following table shows the financial data by type of aid at Salon Success Academy-Riverside.

First-time Undergraduate Financial Aid by Type

Number Receiving AidPercent Receiving AidTotal Amount of Aid ReceivedAverage Amount of Aid Received
Any Financial Aid3282%--
Grant or scholarship aid31 79%$180,476$5,822
Federal Grants31 79%$180,476$5,822
Pell Grants27 69%$156,572$5,799
Other Federal Grants21 54%$23,904$1,138
State/Local Grants0 0%$0$0
Institutional Grants0 0%$0$0
Student Loans27 69%$203,689$7,544
Federal Student Loans27 69%$203,689$7,544
Other Student Loans0 0%$0$0