Tuition Statements & Financial Aid


A family celebrates Commencement

Tuition statements are made available to students and others granted access by students electronically in July (due in August) and December (due in January). If you have questions about tuition or financial aid, call the Office of Financial Aid at 413-542-2296.

Amherst College Trustees Approve Comprehensive Fee Increase

March 14, 2001Director of Media Relations413/542-8417 AMHERST, Mass.—The Amherst College Board of Trustees has established $33,860 as the College’s comprehensive fee for 2001-02. This figure represents a 4.5 percent increase over this year’s comprehensive fee, which includes tuition, room and board.

Amherst College Admissions Director Katie Fretwell Named Outstanding Mentor

March 19, 2004Director of Media Relations 413/542-8417

Inside Higher Ed: Marx Calls for "Mobility Based on Merit"

Submitted by Paul S. Statt

Wall Street Journal: Wait-Lists Multiply

Submitted by Paul S. Statt
Wait-Lists Multiply The Wall Street Journal, April 11"The college admissions battle is shifting the waitlist...To broaden its options, Amherst College offered 1,450 spots on the waitlist this year, up from 1,258. With students likely to be on multiple waitlists, "we know we are going to lose a bunch," says Tom Parker, dean of admissions and financial aid."

Chicago Tribune Blog: What is Murder? Asks Amherst Professor Sarat

Submitted by Paul S. Statt

US News & World Report: Amherst Dean Joe Case Avdvises, "Figure out how much college costs"

Submitted by Paul S. Statt

Wall Street Journal: Wait-List a Long Shot this Year

Submitted by Paul S. Statt