Affordability, Quality & Value

In the changing landscape of today’s education, “private” no longer equates to “unaffordable.” In fact, private colleges are now more competitive with public institutions than ever before.

By the numbers

“We look at the need of each individual student and try to fill that need. Each student is reviewed individually to ensure all financial aid options have been utilized. We package using a financial aid matrix designed specifically for SMWC. This tool allows us to offer institutional awards that makes our tuition competitive with other private and public colleges – making a private college education attainable.”

SMWC Executive Director of Financial Aid Darla Hopper

Additionally, the value of a private education is apparent in the benefits that it provides students:

SMWC makes available more than 50 types of scholarships and grants as well as 45 endowments to students who desire a private educational experience. A few of the top opportunities include:

For more information on the financial aid opportunities at SMWC, visit Financial Aid or contact Darla Hopper at dhopper(at) or (812) 535-5110.