How Financial Aid Can Help
Bancroft believes that students benefit significantly from learning within a socio-economically diverse student body. The School's financial aid budget is designed to supplement family resources to allow a healthy number of students to enroll who would not have been able to do so without the School's assistance.
Financial aid grants are awarded to students based on their family's financial need. Every year, Bancroft awards over $1.5 million in grants to Bancroft families.
A family's ability to pay Bancroft's tuition, and their application for financial aid, does not influence admission committee decisions in any way. No enrollment deposits will be required before families accept their financial aid packages.
Although Bancroft does expect that families will consider all available resources before requesting tuition assistance, the School recognizes that affordability is an important issue and works with each individual family carefully and thoughtfully.
The best way to understand the the School's financial aid process is to meet with Susan Cranford, Director of Admission and Financial Aid, who will be happy to answer your questions. Please contact the Admission Office at 508.854.9227 to arrange a meeting.