There are a variety of financial aid options to make Spring Hill College affordable for you and your family as you pursue your education. Nearly 100% of our students receive financial aid, with an average financial aid package of $13,429.

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Student financial aid offers at Spring Hill may include one or more of the following:


Spring Hill College offers academic, merit-based scholarships that range up to $17,500 per year based on GPA and test scores. These scholarships, based on academic achievement, are available to every student who qualifies for them regardless of financial aid, and they do not have to be repaid. We also offer scholarships for athletics, transfer, as well as other special scholarships.

Federal Grants

Federal grants do not have to be repaid. In most cases, you must demonstrate financial need to receive a grant. Grant eligibility is determined by information provided by your Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and can be funded by federal and state governments, as well as Spring Hill College. Learn more.


Federal student loans are the most affordable loans available to students with the lowest interest rates and deferred payments until after graduation. Many of these loans are determined by the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Spring Hill College is a direct lending school, which means you can obtain loans without using a private lender like a bank or credit union. Learn more.

Student Employment

Spring Hill College offers student employment through federal work-study, which is a federal program available to qualified students who demonstrate financial need. Preference is given to students with the greatest demonstrated need. Students are employed on campus in positions such as classroom assistants, laboratory assistants, recreation assistants, library assistants and work-study in campus offices with the typical student working approximately 6 hours per week.