University of Chicago

National College Match Scholarship Package

These numbers reflect estimated student expenses for the 2022-2023 school year. Amounts will change slightly from year to year, but as the cost of college increases, the scholarship packages will correspondingly increase. Your official financial aid award will be included in a letter directly from UChicago.

Annual Cost of Attendance



Room & Board


Books & Supplies



See Below



Health Insurance

See Below

Required Fees




How Annual Costs Are Covered



Work-Study and Student Contribution


Parent Contribution


Student Savings


Student Loan




Policy Regarding Outside Funding
The University of Chicago (UChicago) understands that many students who enroll are awarded funding from outside organizations. UChicago awards families their full demonstrated financial need and therefore outside funding may affect the amount of university funding we provide. In addition, federal regulation sometimes limits the total amount of grants and scholarship awarded. QuestBridge Scholars can expect that UChicago will do their best to maximize all outside funding they receive.

Policy on Health Insurance
The University of Chicago requires all students to have health insurance, either through their parents or another plan. If the student is not covered by a parental plan, a University grant will be awarded to cover the cost of the basic student health plan.

Policy on Travel Allowance
The Cost of Attendance allows for modest travel that is included in personal expenses.

Requirements Associated with Maintaining this Award

  • Annual submission of all required financial aid documentation. All requested financial aid documentation must be submitted to the university through the student's UChicago account. The University of Chicago does not participate in the College Board IDOC system.

  • Full-time enrollment

  • Completion of 70% of courses in which student is enrolled

  • Minimum GPA of 2.0

Other Details
The student contribution from savings varies depending on the total assets a student has. Typically, a student is expected to contribute 20% of the reported assets during each of the four years of undergraduate enrollment. Note that the student asset amount may affect the total university grant offered.