You can afford not to settle.
The decision to attend college is a decision to invest in your future. You are your greatest asset, and whether you plan to begin your college career after high school, complete your bachelor’s degree as an adult, or earn a graduate degree, Friends University is committed to helping you flourish.
As with any investment, you want to make certain you are getting the greatest outcome for your dollar. In a comparison of the 29 four-year colleges and universities in Kansas, Friends University had the sixth highest Salary after Attending.* The value of a Friends education is proven with the earnings of our graduates.
Every student comes from a different background, each with his/her own story and set of strengths and challenges. At Friends University, we pride ourselves on helping students find their purpose and do so within their unique budgets. You can make it happen, and we will walk you through every step of the process.
*Salary after Attending as defined by the College Scorecard: “The median earnings of former students, who received federal financial aid, at 10 years after entering school.”
View the Student Enrollment by Family Income Level PDF for a full breakdown of student enrollment by family income level.
Many students and their families make assumptions about the cost of a private education. But with 85 percent of students receiving some form of financial aid, a degree from Friends is truly affordable.
Undergraduate – Incoming Freshmen
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Undergraduate – Transfer Students
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View the costs associated with credit hours and fees for all graduate programs.
By utilizing our net price calculator, you can estimate your costs and financial aid eligibility. Our financial aid packages include grants, scholarships and loans from a variety of sources such as the federal and state government and Friends University.