Please submit for the 2016-17 Academic Year.

This estimator is designed to give you an early indication of how much and what types of financial aid you might qualify for if you were a first-year student attending school full-time in the academic year indicated. The Financial Aid Estimator is designed for United States citizens or permanent residents who are unmarried, have no dependents, are under 25, and are dependent on their parents for support. If you don’t meet these criteria, please call us at (304) 457-6354 or email us at for more information.
In using this estimator, please remember:

  • Before completing the estimator, it will be helpful to have recent tax forms or pay stubs available.  You will need to answer some basic questions about your parents’ financial situation.  Remember, the results of the estimator will only be as reliable as the data you provide.
  • This tool is designed to provide you an estimate of your aid eligibility. The financial aid office will provide an official financial aid award once you are admitted to AB and you have completed your FAFSA.
  • This is not an application for admission or financial aid.
  • All fields on the online form are required. If you do not know the information for a certain question, please fill in the box with “N/A” or a zero


If you have questions about applying to Alderson Broaddus University, please contact the Admissions Office. If you have questions about financial aid status, please call the Office of Financial Aid. Both offices can be reached at (800) 263-1549.

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Early Estimator - Financial Aid


First Name
Last Name
Street Address
Zip Code
Date of birth (mm/dd/yyyy)
High School Graduation Date
Cumulative high school GPA
ACT Composite Score
SAT Math Score
SAT Critical Reading Score
Student's 2015 taxable income
Student's savings and other assets


If your parents are married, provide information about both parents.If your parent is widowed or single, provide information about that parent.If your parents have divorced or separated, provide information about the parent that you lived with most during the last 12 months. If you did not live with one parent more than the other, provide information about the parent who provided most of your financial support during the last 12 months.If your parent has remarried after being widowed or divorced, provide information about both your parent and your step parent.
Birth Year of oldest parent
How many people are in your parents' household?
# of College Students in household for 2016-2017
Adjusted Gross Income:
2015 Estimated Income Earned from Work by Parent 1
2015 Estimated Income Earned from Work by Parent 2
Parent(s) Cash, Savings, and Checking Accounts
Parent(s) Real Estate & Investments
Investments include real estate (do not include the home you live in), trust funds, UGMA and UTMA accounts, money market funds, mutual funds, certificates of deposit, stocks, stock options, bonds, other securities, installment and land sale contracts (including mortgages held), commodities, etc. Investments also include qualified educational benefits or education savings accounts (e.g., Coverdell savings accounts, 529 college savings plans and the refund value of 529 prepaid tuition plans). For a student who does not report parental information, the accounts owned by the student (and/or the student’s spouse) are reported as student investments. For a student who must report parental information, the accounts are reported as parental investments including all accounts owned by the student and all accounts owned by the parents for any member of the household. Investments do not include the home you live in, the value of life insurance, retirement plans (401[k] plans, pension funds, annuities, non-education IRAs, Keogh plans, etc.) or cash, savings and checking accounts already reported. Investments also do not include UGMA and UTMA accounts for which you are the custodian, but not the owner. Investment value means the current balance or market value of these investments as of today. Investment debt means only those debts that are related to the investments.
Parent(s) Business or Farm Equity
Business and/or investment farm value includes the market value of land, buildings, machinery, equipment, inventory, etc. Business and/or investment farm debt means only those debts for which the business or investment farm was used as collateral. Business value does not include the value of a small business if your family owns and controls more than 50 percent of the business and the business has 100 or fewer full-time or full-time equivalent employees. For small business value, your family includes (1) persons directly related to you, such as a parent, sister or cousin, or (2) persons who are or were related to you by marriage, such as a spouse, stepparent or sister-in-law. Investment farm value does not include the value of a family farm that you (your spouse and/or your parents) live on and operate.
Parent(s) 2015 Estimated Untaxed Income & Benefits
Payments to tax-deferred pension and savings plans (paid directly or withheld from earnings. IRA deductions and payments to self-employed SEP, SIMPLE, Keogh and other qualified plans. Child support received for any of your parents’ children. (Don't include foster care or adoption payments). Tax exempt interest income. Untaxed portions of IRA distributions. (Exclude rollovers) Untaxed portions of pensions. (Exclude rollovers) Housing, food and other living allowances paid to members of the military, clergy and others (including cash payments and cash value of benefits). Don’t include the value of on-base military housing or the value of a basic military allowance for housing. Veterans noneducation benefits, such as Disability, Death Pension, or Dependency & Indemnity Compensation (DIC) and/or VA Educational Work-Study allowances.Other untaxed income such as workers’ compensation, disability, etc. Also include the first-time homebuyer tax credit. Don’t include student aid, earned income credit, additional child tax credit, welfare payments, untaxed Social Security benefits, Supplemental Security Income, Workforce Investment Act educational benefits, on-base military housing or a military housing allowance, combat pay, benefits from flexible spending arrangements (e.g., cafeteria plans), foreign income exclusion or credit for federal tax on special fuels.
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By completing and submitting this form, I acknowledge that the information provided is true and accurate to the best of my knowledge. I also understand that the results I receive from submitting this form are an estimate and that official awards are made only for admitted students after a processed 2016-2017 FAFSA is received by the Alderson-Broaddus Financial Aid Office.