The goal of the Wesleyan financial aid program is to help students find the resources necessary to attend Wesleyan University. In academic year 2015-16, the Wesleyan Financial Aid Office has administered over $54 million in scholarship funding from various federal, private, and school sources to approximately 46% of the Wesleyan student body.

However, once a student's eligibility for need-based funding is determined and an award is provided, some families need additional funding to meet the gap between the cost of attendance and any financial aid provided by Wesleyan. These pages include information on financing options, such as parent and student alternative loans and the university's monthly payment plan. Additionally, in these pages you can find further information on the loans that are used in Wesleyan's financial aid awards and loan disclosure statements.

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