Types of Financial Aid

Financial aid is any grant, scholarship, loan, or paid employment offered for the specific purpose of helping a student meet educationally related expenses. All financial aid, except for Federal College Work Study, may be credited towards direct education expenses.

Scholarships are a form of aid that does not need to be repaid. Marymount awards scholarship based on various criteria, including academic accomplishment, leadership, community service, and choice of academic program. These scholarships are funded by both University resources and gifts from many generous benefactors. Some scholarships require a separate application. Note that most Marymount scholarships are designed for full-time, first-degree undergraduates, and can be applied to undergraduate tuition only, unless otherwise specified.

Grants are another form of aid that does not need to be repaid. They are available from federal, state, and institutional sources.

Financial Aid

Please click on the button above to see a list of scholarship, grant, and loan opportunities for both undergraduate and graduate students.

Tuition Discounts

Please click the button above to see if any possible discounts to tuition apply to you.