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In a historic announcement, beginning in the fall of 2022, Smith College has eliminated loans from its undergraduate financial aid packages for students receiving need-based institutional grants and has replaced the loan amount with grants from the college. Read President McCartney’s letter.
The Student Financial Services Call Center will be open to take your calls Monday–Friday, 10 a.m.–noon and 1:30 p.m.–3:30 p.m. (Eastern).
Smith College welcomes and supports qualified students from all economic backgrounds. As part of the college’s commitment to access, affordability and equity, Smith has eliminated loans from its undergraduate financial aid packages for those students receiving institutional need-based aid, replacing those funds with institutional grants. The college will meet the full documented need, as determined by college policy, of all admitted students who apply for aid by the published deadlines.
Every family is unique, and we are here to help you through the application process and provide financial advice to help manage the cost of college.
Students are billed for one-half of the annual charges at the beginning of each semester.
|Room & Board||$21,310|
|Student Activities Fee||$308|
|Total per year||$86,026|
There are costs that most students incur during the year. They can include:
Actual costs incurred will vary and are the student's responsibility.
All Ada Comstock Scholars are able to utilize Smith Dining Board options during the academic year via their OneCard access, regardless of housing status or financial aid eligibility. This benefit is not extended to students' dependents.
The following Code of Conduct was last updated by NASFAA's Board of Directors in March 2014. Subject to enforcement procedures that go into effect July 1, 2015, NASFAA institutional members of NASFAA will ensure that: