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Lafayette College - PA

Institution Name
Lafayette College - PA

730 High Street, 107 Markle Hall
Easton, PA 18042-1798

Liaison Officer
Ms. Kathleen Williams
Associate Dean & Director of Admissions for the West

School URL

Tuition amount: Set Rate
Program: Undergraduate
Study Abroad
Other date (post date on Overview box)

Deadline for the receipt of initial TE certification/applications:
In January 2023

The percentage of the new admitted TE candidates offered a TE scholarship for the current academic year:
Below 10%

Additional Information
Tuition Exchange Overview

Lafayette College is a highly selective institution with approximately 2700 undergraduate students. Barron's includes Lafayette among 65 most competitive colleges and universities. The College offers majors in four divisions: Engineering, Humanities, Sciences and Social Sciences; more information is available through our website: www.lafayette.edu.

Tuition Exchange at Lafayette is a highly competitive, merit-based scholarship award. The scholarships are limited to a maximum of four years (eight semesters) of undergraduate studies. Lafayette awards TE scholarships to first-year applicants with consideration given to upper class students if space becomes available. TE students are subject to the academic progress standards defined by the institution and the federal government. The TE amount at Lafayette equals the minimum set by the Tuition Exchange organization each year. Applicants are encouraged to apply for financial aid if they wish to be considered for additional need-based aid.

Over the past few years, Lafayette has received about 100 prospective first-year applicants for the TE benefit; on average, about 35 were admitted to the College and up to 10 students were offered a TE scholarship. First-year applicants are notified of their award status the last week of March, after regular admission decisions are made.

Once you've made your enrollment decision and learned about your TE status, please notify your liaison officer. If you decide to withdraw or transfer to another institution, you must notify both the host and home school liaison officers immediately.

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