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Financial Aid Comparison Between New Hampshire Colleges

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Financial Aid Statistics Comparison

For all undergraduate students, the average percent receiving aid is 63.11 % and the average aid amount is $9,157. The financial aid includes Federal (Pell and other federal), state, local, institutional or other grant aid, and federal student loans. Next table compares the total number and percentage of undergraduate students who received any financial aid between Colleges in New Hampshire for academic year 2019-2020.

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All Undergraduate Financial Aid Statistics Between Colleges In New Hampshire
NameNumber Receiving AidPercent Receiving AidAverage Amount
Colby-Sawyer College
93295%$29,818
Continental Academie of Hair Design-Hudson
2647%$4,096
Dartmouth College
2,36954%$44,751
Empire Beauty School-Laconia4942%$6,268
Empire Beauty School-Somersworth7648%$4,922
Franklin Pierce University
1,713100%$22,670
Keene Beauty Academy
3975%$3,946
Northeast Catholic College
71100%$25,436
Michaels School of Hair Design and Esthetics-Paul Mitchell Partner School
11660%$3,782
New England College
1,48681%$17,330
New England School of Hair Design
1961%$5,520
Southern New Hampshire University35,90051%$3,888
New Hampshire Institute for Therapeutic Arts
1027%$4,037
University of New Hampshire-Main Campus
8,62766%$12,306
Keene State College
2,96178%$8,689
University of New Hampshire at Manchester
37352%$6,179
Plymouth State University
3,61587%$8,337
NHTI-Concord's Community College
1,53841%$3,988
White Mountains Community College
39054%$4,296
River Valley Community College
42650%$3,556
Lakes Region Community College
45753%$4,177
Manchester Community College
1,02937%$3,703
Nashua Community College
63535%$3,502
Great Bay Community College
1,06255%$2,678
Paul Mitchell the School-Portsmouth
2857%$4,261
Rivier University
1,05274%$14,483
Saint Anselm College
1,91197%$23,636
St Joseph School of Nursing
10989%$5,319
Granite State College
1,09862%$3,908
Thomas More College of Liberal Arts8797%$13,637
New Hampshire Institute of Art
289100%$12,089
Seacoast Career School-Manchester Campus5946%$4,921
Empire Beauty School-Hooksett12351%$5,024
Empire Beauty School-Portsmouth5237%$3,655
Salter School of Nursing and Allied Health11249%$3,932
Laird Institute of Spa Therapy6677%$2,163
Harmony Health Care Institute
6450%$3,909
Average1,86463.11%$9,157
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Beginning Students Financial Aid

For first-time, full-time beginning students, the average percent of receiving grant and/or scholarship is 2.03 % and the average grant amount is $284. This includes grants or scholarship from all sources - federal (pell grants and other federal grants), state/local, and institutions. The average percent of students who receiving student loans (federal and other student loans) is 2.05 % and the average loan amount is $195. Next table compares the financial aid statistics for first-time, full-time undergraduate students (freshmen) between Colleges in New Hampshire for academic year 2019-2020.

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Beginning Student Financial Aid Comparison Between Colleges In New Hampshire
NameGrants/ScholarshipsStudent Loans
Number Receiving Aid (Percentage)Average AmountNumber Receiving Aid (Percentage)Average Amount
Colby-Sawyer College
260
(96%)
$30,932212
(78%)
$8,965
Continental Academie of Hair Design-Hudson
18
(53%)
$4,23526
(76%)
$5,433
Dartmouth College
547
(45%)
$48,433531
(44%)
$6,195
Empire Beauty School-Laconia12
(75%)
$5,47612
(75%)
$6,153
Empire Beauty School-Somersworth28
(100%)
$5,59925
(89%)
$5,831
Franklin Pierce University
462
(100%)
$22,340392
(85%)
$14,300
Keene Beauty Academy
36
(75%)
$4,04540
(83%)
$6,417
Northeast Catholic College
15
(100%)
$22,5148
(53%)
$5,741
Michaels School of Hair Design and Esthetics-Paul Mitchell Partner School
56
(66%)
$3,71355
(65%)
$6,337
New England College
448
(94%)
$24,489410
(86%)
$9,010
New England School of Hair Design
19
(79%)
$5,28623
(96%)
$6,578
Southern New Hampshire University1,574
(68%)
$10,1211,424
(62%)
$7,511
New Hampshire Institute for Therapeutic Arts
10
(63%)
$4,03716
(100%)
$6,159
University of New Hampshire-Main Campus
2,493
(83%)
$12,4362,129
(71%)
$10,152
Keene State College
885
(95%)
$9,135693
(75%)
$9,388
University of New Hampshire at Manchester
53
(88%)
$7,96637
(62%)
$7,469
Plymouth State University
1,076
(97%)
$7,346872
(79%)
$9,135
NHTI-Concord's Community College
268
(40%)
$4,876442
(66%)
$6,207
White Mountains Community College
67
(59%)
$4,87575
(66%)
$5,869
River Valley Community College
20
(48%)
$5,88016
(38%)
$5,478
Lakes Region Community College
96
(56%)
$4,633128
(74%)
$5,613
Manchester Community College
103
(41%)
$4,538138
(55%)
$5,347
Nashua Community College
76
(34%)
$4,264100
(45%)
$4,763
Great Bay Community College
91
(40%)
$4,790103
(46%)
$4,936
Paul Mitchell the School-Portsmouth
13
(81%)
$4,54016
(100%)
$7,812
Rivier University
266
(100%)
$19,539250
(94%)
$9,118
Saint Anselm College
543
(99%)
$24,122394
(72%)
$8,934
St Joseph School of Nursing
0
(0%)
$00
(0%)
$0
Granite State College
30
(70%)
$4,30532
(74%)
$3,828
Thomas More College of Liberal Arts13
(100%)
$15,99110
(77%)
$5,900
New Hampshire Institute of Art
60
(100%)
$11,27654
(90%)
$7,425
Seacoast Career School-Manchester Campus55
(54%)
$4,86841
(40%)
$6,052
Empire Beauty School-Hooksett24
(63%)
$4,93437
(97%)
$5,834
Empire Beauty School-Portsmouth8
(89%)
$4,8468
(89%)
$7,873
Salter School of Nursing and Allied Health69
(51%)
$4,06988
(65%)
$7,256
Laird Institute of Spa Therapy35
(65%)
$4,07848
(89%)
$6,145
Harmony Health Care Institute
16
(67%)
$3,81023
(96%)
$7,952
Average273
(73.17%)
$10,232247
(73.67%)
$7,031
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