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Walsh University

2020 East Maple St 
North Canton OH 44720 

(330) 499-7090


Estimated Cost

  • Tuition & Fees $21,240
  • Room & Board$8,110
  • Books & Supplies$1,000
  • Average Cost Per Credit HourN/A

Estimated Financial Aid

  • Percentage of Students
    Receiving Any Financial Aid
    73%
  • Average Financial Aid Package$15,756
  • Average Indebtedness at Graduation$21,352
  •   Percentage
    of Students Receiving Financial Aid
    Average Financial
    Aid Amount
    per Student

  • Federal Grants33%$4,506
  • Pell Grants33%$3,086
  • Other Federal Grants33%$1,460
  • State & Local Grants96%$1,660
  • Institutional Grants99%$9,972
  • Federal Loans78%$3,784
  • Non-Federal Loans15%$9,003

Sources: Google Maps, The National Center for Education Statistics (NCES), Wikipedia, Yahoo! Answers

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