Estimate Your Eligibility
Prospective students and their families can use our interactive calculators to estimate a family contribution and need-based award.
Financial Aid Calculators
The MyinTuition Quick College Cost Estimator asks six basic financial questions and will provide your family with an estimated range of your financial aid eligibility
The College Board’s Net Price Calculator requires more in-depth financial information to provide a more detailed estimate of your family contribution and awards.
You will need a copy of your parents’ 2018 federal tax return and W-2 forms, as well as information related to parent and student assets, to use this tool.
The following circumstances may impact the results of the calculators:
- Number of siblings in college (Barnard considers siblings enrolled full-time in an undergraduate program only. Siblings in graduate school, medical school, law school, or other graduate or certificate programs are not included in our formula.)
- Family businesses, corporations, and partnerships
- Families with divorced or separated parents (Barnard suggests completing the calculator separately for each parent and combining the results.)
If you have questions about the accuracy of the calculators, please feel free to contact our office at 212-854-2154.
As you use the calculators, please keep in mind:
- The calculators are intended for U.S. citizens and permanent residents only.
- The estimated results will only be as reliable as the data you provide.
- This is not an application for admission or financial aid.
- The cost of attendance, estimated family contribution (EFC), and estimated awards are based on Barnard’s financial aid policies for the 2019-2020 academic year. The policies may change and could affect the EFC and award at the time of admission. The budget for 2020-2021 will be updated in the spring of 2020.
- If the applicant’s parents are divorced or separated, the calculator should be completed by the custodial and noncustodial parents individually. The separate parent contributions should then be added together for the final family contribution.