How do I become eligible for financial aid?
Academic and partnership scholarships are awarded to traditional undergraduate students as a part of the acceptance process to Marian University. We carefully consider the academic credentials of each candidate and additional merit based grants and scholarships are available.
Need-based Aid: Need-based assistance is determined on the basis of “financial need,” which is defined as the difference between family resources and educational costs. Eligibility for need-based aids, such as scholarships, grants, loans and student employment is determined after submitting the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Consideration for all financial aid occurs only after your admission to Marian University has been confirmed, and we have received your processed FAFSA.