Paying for College
Radford Tuition Promise
Beginning Fall 2024, incoming students with Virginia residency whose families have an adjusted gross income (AGI) of $100,000 or less according to their 2022 federal income tax and a Student Aid Index (SAI) of less than $15,000 as determined by the FAFSA will not pay tuition at Radford University.
Learn more about the Radford Tuition Promise and your eligibility.
You already know that a good education is an investment in yourself. There are many ways to finance that education and we want you to find the one that works the best for you.
At Radford University, we believe that a quality education can be obtained at a reasonable cost and a focus on affordability does not mean compromising your academic experience.
Below, we've compiled resources to help you as complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid, or FAFSA, and explore additional financial aid opportunities and options.
Fall 2024 applicants: Due to significant Department of Education processing delays, we will not have information about FAFSA submissions until at least mid-March. Once FAFSA data is released to us, we are committed to sharing financial aid information as soon as possible. Our financial aid team is available to assist you and your family with questions about the FAFSA . Thank you for your patience.
Complete the FAFSA
Learn about about the Free Application for Federal Student Aid
Grant and Scholarship Programs
Learn more about scholarships at Radford
Learn more about the financial aid process
Net Price Calculator
Use this tool to estimate the cost of attending Radford
Tuition and Fees
Discover how affordable Radford University is
Check your Account
Log in to your OneCampus account to review the status of your FAFSA
Understand Cost of Attendance
Learn how cost of attendance is different than your bill
Review and Accept your Aid
Learn about how to review and accept your aid package
Learn more about the various loan programs available to Radford University students
Have additional Financial Aid questions? Please register below for a one-on-one appointment with a member from the Office of Financial Aid.