Princeton's annual financial aid budget grows 6.6 percent to $147.4 million

Tuesday, Apr 12, 2016
by the Office of Communications

Princeton University's trustees have adopted the University's operating budget for 2016-17, which includes a 6.6 percent increase to $147.4 million in the undergraduate financial aid budget to continue to ensure that a Princeton education is genuinely affordable for every admitted student.

Princeton provides financial aid in the form of grants, which do not have to be repaid. It does not require any borrowing, so students can graduate debt free.

Learn more about Princeton's financial aid budget for 2016-2017.