As part of our belief in the value of intentional diversity in all its forms, Lowell strives for a student body that represents varied economic backgrounds. We are committed to providing an inclusive educational experience for as many qualified students as possible, regardless of financial means.
We recognize that paying for tuition is a significant financial commitment and offer a robust need-based financial assistance program to help offset the cost of tuition. When financial need is demonstrated, Lowell makes every effort to help bridge the gap.
Every family is expected to contribute to the cost of their child’s education to the extent that they are able. Lowell does not award 100% tuition grants, and grants over 50% of tuition are very rare.
Returning families must re-apply for financial aid every school year, and Lowell will do everything possible to continue to meet each family’s financial need. However, as both the school’s and a family’s financial status may change from year to year, an award one year does not guarantee the same award the following year.