The financial aid program at Moses Brown provides need-based awards for as many qualified applicants as possible. The financial aid program is rooted in our Quaker values and our belief that a school community works best when it includes a diversity of talents and attributes, including socio-economic, cultural, and racial diversity.
Moses Brown awards more than $3.7 million annually in need-based financial scholarships, supporting more than a quarter of the student body. Financial aid grants are renewed each year for qualifying families. It is expected that families look for other sources of support before applying for financial aid. Each year the school requires parents and/or guardians of candidates receiving a financial aid award to submit the Parents' Financial Statement (PFS) and the current year tax return, including W-2 forms for reevaluation of the family's financial situation.
No candidate should be deterred from applying based on finances alone. The financial aid program is designed to establish the strongest student body for the academic program we offer and to enhance the educational experience of all our students. For more information on financing your child’s education, contact Director of Admission & Financial Aid, Hugh Madden, at (401) 831-7350 ext. 117.
Starting Monday, November 2, 2016 you can visit the SSS website and begin your online application for financial aid and view web tutorials on completing the PFS. **The SSS school code number for Moses Brown School is 5206, entered into item Part B, "Student Applicant Information."
The Admission Committee will select the group of candidates who will be awarded financial aid. Moses Brown has a scholarship program that is used to strengthen the school community by enrolling students who can benefit from the educational program and contribute to the community in regard to their qualities and talents.
Because a scholarship is based on a family’s ability to meet the cost of education at Moses Brown School, the resources of both biological parents must be considered in cases where a divorce or separation has taken place.