Invest Wisely



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We are gathered here at Saint Vincent, America’s first Benedictine college, to challenge each other; to live generously, and to grow – forward, always forward – toward the ends of our imagination.

At Saint Vincent College, we invest in you, our students. Annually recognized by College Factual in its Best Value rankings, we are committed to providing you with the affordability necessary to make your college aspirations a reality.

Saint Vincent College attracts high-achieving students who, quite naturally, place WE ahead of ME. If you expect the quality of your relationships (friends, professors and faith) to match the quality of your education, then consider yourself home at Saint Vincent.

Saint Vincent College accepts the Common Application and gives it equal consideration in all aspects of applying for admission. You may also apply using the free Saint Vincent Application.

Discover how we can help make a Saint Vincent education affordable for you.

Our approach to scholarship awards is rooted in academic rigor and achievement. We strive to make a Saint Vincent education available to all students who desire to challenge themselves. We offer academic merit and need-based scholarships and grants. Merit scholarships are awarded based on academic profile, strength of curriculum, leadership and service experience and other factors. Students applying with or without college entrance exam scores are considered for all awards at the time of acceptance. Additional need-based assistance may be available depending on the results of your FAFSA.

Chancellor's Scholarship   $25,500
President's Scholarship  $23,500
Dean's Scholarship  $22,000
Faculty Scholarship  $19,500
Community Scholarship  $16,500
SVC Scholarship

All students who choose to live on campus will also receive a Resident Grant of $3,000 to assist with the additional cost of room and board. 
Some grants from the College are dependent on factors other than academic merit or financial need and may be added to the full financial package.

Catholic High School Grant $2,000  Awarded to all freshmen Catholic high school graduates
Out-of-State Grant $500  Awarded to any student residing outside of Pennsylvania
First Generation Grant    Based on financial need

Additional need-based financial aid from Saint Vincent may also be available to you based on the results of your FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid). Therefore, we encourage every family to complete the FAFSA as soon as possible. Filing early will ensure that you are considered for this additional aid. The FAFSA will also determine your eligibility for state and federal aid programs such as grants and/or loans.

Accepted students are encouraged to file the FAFSA and visit our Net Price Calculator to find out more!