What Percentage of Undergrads Get Financial Aid?
College of Marin's normal financial aid package for incoming first year students is $14,728. About 60.0% of first year students obtain some form of financial aid, most of which is loans.
Financial aid helps decrease the cost, or the "sticker" price of the college. However, be aware that the only real college discount are scholarships & grants.
Concerned about the loans that might be part of your financial aid package? Look at the average amount of debt per student at College of Marin.
How Much Is Offered in Scholarships & Grants?
The numbers and the chart following refer to mainly grants from federal sources, as well as some local and state grants. 34.0% of first years at College of Marin (102 total) were awarded a federal grant, averaging $4,964. In addition to grants, 9.0% of first years (26 total) were awarded scholarships by the college, totaling $1,099 per person.
See the typical amount of scholarships and grants first years receive by looking at the chart below.
Scholarships are merit-based, while grants are need based.
How Financial Need Affects Aid
The chart following shows grant and scholarship distributions by family income for freshmen receiving any form of federal Title IV assistance, including Federal PLUS loans.
|Income Level||Percent of Freshman||Average Assistance|
|Income 110k +||0.0%||N/A|
Education funding by the government in the form of loans, grants, and work-study is known as Title IV aid. Get more info on Title IV here..
The Average Undergraduate Who Gets a Grant or Scholarship Will Get $2,964
1,729 College of Marin undergrads get grants (this is about 34.0% of the entire student population). The typical amount these students get is $2,964 The most of which are in the form of Pell Grants.
Financial Aid Links from College of Marin
|Financial Aid Department Website||www.marin.edu/financial_aid/index.htm|
|Net Price Calculator||www.marin.edu/financial_aid/NetPriceCalculator/npcalc.htm|
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