How Much Financial Aid is Offered?
Marian University's average financial aid offer for newly arriving freshmen is $29,749. Around 100.0% of first year students receive some money for college, the majority of which is scholarships and grants.
Student loans are a part of financial aid offers, but the only true discount from the expense of college is a grant or scholarship that you don't have to repay.
We feel that loan debt should be considered to be an "outcome" instead of "aid". Read more about student loan debt at Marian.
How Much Aid Is Available in Grants & Scholarships?
The numbers below refer to aid that is provided by Marian University.
100.0% of new students (303 total) were awarded scholarships at Marian University, averaging $18,589 per student. This ranks in the top 20th percentile of all schools in the nation.
As well as scholarships, 36.0% of freshmen (109 total) received federal grant aid, averaging $5,471 per person.
The chart below shows the usual amount of grant and scholarship aid given to all freshmen.
Scholarships are awarded based on merit, while grants are need based.
Amount of Aid Per Family Income
Determine how much grant and scholarship aid you may expect to get determined by your family income. The chart following shows freshmen getting federal Title IV assistance such as PLUS loans.
|Income Level||Percent of Freshman||Average Assistance|
|Income 110k +||25.7%||$19,968|
The chart above shows undergrads who are getting Title IV aid which is federal aid from the government including grants, loans, and work-study. Learn more.
Grants & Scholarships for All Undergrads Average $19,722
1,424 Marian undergrads obtain grants (this is about 68.0% of the total student population). The usual amount these students obtain is $19,722
Financial Aid Links from Marian University
|Financial Aid Department Website||www.marian.edu/Admissions/Financial-Aid|
|Net Price Calculator||www.marian.edu/admissions/tuition-and-fees|