Financial Aid

Estimate Your Financial Aid

To help your family estimate what your college costs might be at Union, we offer two tools that will help your family determine how much they may be expected to pay.

Union’s test-optional process extends to merit scholarship eligibility as well, but our net price calculators do not always produce an accurate merit estimate for students without testing. If you will be a first-year college student and are not applying for need based financial aid, you may request a merit pre-read from our deans by using the form below.

MyinTuition Quick Cost Estimator

MyinTuition Quick Cost Estimator

A quick, ballpark estimate of your cost (for domestic applicants only).

Start your estimate

Net Price Calculator

An in-depth estimate of your Union College financial aid eligibility (for domestic students only). This takes about 10 minutes to complete and works best if you have your tax returns on hand.

Run the Net Price Calculator

Merit Aid Estimate - Fall 2025

Students who will apply as a first-year and are not applying for need based financial aid can request an estimate of their merit aid from the Admissions Office. As part of this process, you'll need to upload a copy of your high school transcript that includes final junior year grades, plus enter your senior year courses.