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Investing in Education

Meeting the costs of higher education represents a significant investment for most families. At Soka University of America we are committed to taking on a partnership to help you along the way. The Office of Financial Aid partners with students and families in order to ensure that Soka education is accessible to all students who are admitted. In an effort to promote greater diversity and access, SUA has designed a comprehensive merit and need-based financial aid program that ensures the fair distribution of institutional, state, and federal funds.

In the 2012-2013 academic year, 98% of Soka's students, both domestic and international, received grants and scholarships totaling nearly 12 million dollars.  Soka is committed to investing its resources to insure the success of our students.  Our Net-Price Calculator may help you with cost estimates.


$11.8 Million

Total Grants and Scholarships from all sources awarded to Undergraduate Students

$10.3 Million

Institutional Aid awarded to Undergraduate Students

How do students fund their

Education at Soka?

Where do the funds come from?

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Freshmen Receiving Financial Aid 2012-2013

Percentage of Students Receiving Aid

Average Amount per Student

Grants and Scholarships

100%

$28,500

Need-Based Aid

88%

$22,457

Full Ride Scholarships

10%

$41,000

Student Loans

46%

$6,550

Parent Loans

13%

$9,275

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 Next Financial Aid Deadline

Financial Aid Application Priority Deadline - New Students

February15th

            Soka University's Federal  Title IV School Code: 

038144 

Financial Aid Application Deadline - All Students

March 2nd

Free Application for Federal Student Aid

FAFSA


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