The cost for undergraduate students to attend Fortis Institute-Forty Fort for an academic year can be broken down into $13,405 for tuition, $125 for fees, $600 for books and supplies, - for room and board and - for other expenses. The cost for in-state and out-of-state students is the same.
Tuition and Fees
|Books and supplies||$600|
|Room and board||-|
|Any alternative tuition plans offered by institution||Yes|
|Tuition guaranteed plan||No|
|Prepaid tuition plan||No|
|Tuition payment plan||Yes|
|Other alternative tuition plan||No|
92% of undergradate students at Fortis Institute-Forty Fort received financial aid. The distribution of financial aid types at Fortis Institute-Forty Fort consists of 84% receiving grant or scholarship aid of $5,266 on average, 84% receiving pell grants of $4,371 on average, 0% receiving institutional grants or scholarships of - on average, and 81% receiving federal student loans of $6,142 on average.
Average Grant/Scholarship Aid
Awarded any Financial Aid
|Aid Type||Number Receiving||Percent Receiving||Average Aid Received|
|Grant or scholarship aid||31||84%||$5,266|
|Institutional grants or scholarships||0||0%||-|
|Federal student loans||30||81%||$6,142|
Average Net Price
Net prices changes by family income and financial need. Net price typically increases with increase in family income because of higher amounts of financial aid available to students belonging to lower income families. Students in the lowest $0 – $30,000 family income bracket paid net price of $15,904 compared to net price of $15,140 in the $30,001 – $48,000 family income bracket, $16,776 in the $48,001 – $75,000 family income bracket, $20,968 in the $75,001 – $110,000 family income bracket and - in the $110,001 and more family income bracket.
|Family Income||Net Price Paid|
|$0 – $30,000||$15,904|
|$30,001 – $48,000||$15,140|
|$48,001 – $75,000||$16,776|
|$75,001 – $110,000||$20,968|
|$110,001 and more||-|
Net price reflects the actual cost to attend after accounting for finanical aid. Net price includes tuition, books, living costs, and other expenses after subtracting federal financial aid received by students.