Lake Forest College555 N Sheridan Road
Lake Forest, IL 60045
Type: Private nonprofit 4-year or above
Main Website: www.lakeforest.edu
Financial Aid: financial aid link
Tuition and fees: $41,172.00
Total Cost In-State On-Campus: $53,545.00
Total Cost Out-State On-Campus: $53,545.00
|Percentage of students receiving any financial aid||99%|
|Percentage of students receiving Federal Grants||35%|
|Average Federal Grant||$5,978.00|
|Percentage of students receiving state aid||26%|
|Average state aid||$4,805.00|
|Percentage of students receiving institutional aid||99%|
|Average institutional aid||$21,130.00|
|Percentage of students receiving a student loan||67%|
|Average student loan||$6,806.00|
- BACHELOR'S DEGREE
- MASTER'S DEGREE
- American/United States Studies/Civilization
- Area Studies
- Art History, Criticism and Conservation
- Art/art Studies
- Asian Studies/Civilization
- Biology/Biological Sciences
- Computer Science
- Drama and Dramatics/Theatre Arts
- Elementary Education and Teaching
- English Language and Literature
- Environmental Studies
- French Language and Literature
- German Language and Literature
- International Relations and Affairs
- Latin American Studies
- Liberal Arts and Sciences/Liberal Studies
- Music Teacher Education
- Political Science and Government
- Religion/Religious Studies
- Secondary Education and Teaching
- Social Sciences
- Spanish Language and Literature
- Speech Communication and Rhetoric
- Teacher Education, Multiple Levels
- Area Studies
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