Tuition and Financial Aid
We understand that starting or returning to school is a huge commitment. The American Women’s College of Bay Path University was founded with the idea of making higher education more accessible to women. That’s why we work with each and every learner to ensure our programs are financially accessible.
Our financial aid offerings and one-on-one support ensure every learner who wants to pursue an education can do so affordably.
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When you apply to The American Women’s College (TAWC) of Bay Path, we encourage you to fill out the FAFSA® as soon as possible.
In addition to any financial assistance that TAWC or the FAFSA® provides, be sure to pursue scholarships and grants as well. Take a moment to talk with your employer about tuition assistance and explore benefits for U.S. military service members.
During the application process, a Student Financial Services Representative can meet with you to help explore all of your options. Reach out to our Student Financial Services team for details about your financial options or schedule an appointment. For assistance, contact us at 413-565-1256 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Employer Tuition Reimbursement
In 2022, Cengage Group Research found that:
- 77% of employers say free, employer-sponsored education offerings are a differentiator for recruitment and retention
- 61% offer paid online education opportunities
- 78% offer the flexibility needed to pursue additional education opportunities
If your employer doesn’t already have a tuition reimbursement program, the facts here and the benefits listed below may help you explain the importance of such a program.
TAWC has corporate partnerships with Bright Horizons, USDA, Big Y, Trinity Health, and Eastern Connecticut Health Network that can benefit students with regard to tuition assistance.
Four Ways an Online Degree Benefits You and Your Employer
When your employer provides tuition assistance, they add a highly valued work benefit to their company. Don’t hesitate to ask your manager or HR team about this, even if there’s no formal program in place. The 2022 Cengage report found that 57% of employers who do not currently offer an education benefit to employees are considering employer-paid education and online education opportunities.
Employers absolutely benefit from your education. By helping you to advance your learning, they:
You’ll learn leadership skills that make you the person others gravitate toward following and turn to for guidance. These skills can help to offload the responsibilities of those in charge and position you for advancement.
Employers who provide a strong career path for their employees will see them stay longer. When the time comes, you’ll be ready to advance to senior roles, and your company will spend less time and money filling open positions.
You can apply many of the new skills and strategies you learn immediately to enhance your role and the workplace. By investing in your education, employers benefit from your knowledge of current best practices and technologies.
TAWC’s flexible online programs allow you to manage your time so you can succeed in the classroom and workplace simultaneously. You won’t need to leave work early, pass on special projects, or insist on a special schedule.
Calculate Your Costs for Attending
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Are you looking to estimate your total out-of-pocket cost, including tuition, fees, and financial aid? Our tuition calculator can help.*
At The American Women’s College of Bay Path University, we’re committed to offering affordable, accessible, and high-quality online degree programs. We also believe in transparency, avoiding hidden costs and fees whenever possible.*
With a cost per credit of $410, Bay Path ensures that pursuing higher education remains within reach for our students.
To get started, select your desired program. Stuck on something? Click on the information icons for additional context.
*The Tuition Calculator is based on programmatic information and student-generated inputs. All financial calculations should be taken as potential estimations and not actuals. To get a more accurate sense of total tuition, please consult with an enrollment team member.
Frequently Asked Questions
Explore our FAQ page to find answers to questions you may have about the online programs.
Yes, financial aid may be used for textbooks and cost-of-living expenses. Learn more about financial aid and tuition.
Financial aid is funding from companies, banks, lenders, and the government that helps students and their families pay for college. It can take the form of loans, grants, scholarships, or work-study programs. Some types of aid need to be repaid; others do not. You can learn more about financial aid at The American Women’s College.
All inquiries regarding student loans start with the FAFSA®. Our university’s FAFSA® code is 002122.