Marymount University is committed to working with families to make a private education affordable. By combining Marymount scholarships and grants, federal programs and state programs (when applicable), Marymount can be affordable to you and your family. Eight-two percent of our students receive financial aid. Check out the Net Price Calculator to receive an estimated net cost and some potential financial aid options.
To start, Marymount University's tuition, on average, is nearly 20 percent less expensive than our top five competitors. As soon as you are admitted to Marymount, we will automatically consider you for a merit based scholarship!
We determine eligibility for scholarships by reviewing your overall academic record, strength of academic curriculum, grade point average, extracurricular activities and your contributions to your community. This year, nearly 60 percent of our incoming class received merit based scholarships. These scholarships range from $12,000 to $15,500.
First-year students coming from outside of Virginia who live on campus will also be eligible for a $2,000 grant!
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You can also be eligible for the following...
Catholic High School Scholarship
This $2,000 tuition scholarship is automatically offered to full-time freshman applicants who have graduated or will graduate from a Catholic high school. This scholarship is renewable for up to four years of study.
Spirit of Service Scholarship
This competitive, renewable $2,500 to $5,000 scholarship is available to students with a record of high academic achievement and extensive volunteer service experience with school, church, or community organizations. Recipients are expected to maintain a minimum 3.0 GPA and must complete 60 hours of community service per semester. Priority consideration will be given to scholarship applications received by March 1. Later applications will be considered on a funds-available basis.
Spirit of Service Scholarship application
Clare Boothe Luce Scholarship for Women in Science and Mathematics
This competitive scholarship provides women majoring in Biology, Mathematics, or Information Technology (Computer Science specialty) with full tuition and room and board for up to four years. Applicants should be U.S. citizens with a record of high academic achievement and an interest in teaching or research in math or science. Priority consideration will be given to scholarship applications received by February 1. Later applications will be considered on a funds-available basis.
Clare Boothe Luce Scholarship application
Honors Program Scholarship
Freshmen admitted to the Marymount University Honors Program may be eligible for an additional scholarship award. Admission to the program is very competitive. Applicants should have a 3.5 high school GPA and a 1200 SAT (CR / M) or 27 ACT composite score. Priority consideration will be given to Honors Program applications received by February 1. Later applications will be considered on a space-available basis.
Honors Program application
CyberCorps Scholarship for Service
Open to undergraduate students with at least 60 credits currently pursuing a BS in Information Technology with a focus on Networking and Cybersecurity (last two years only) or a BS/MS Program with a focus on Cybersecurity (see eligibility criteria
This scholarship provides a generous stipend, full tuition and academic fees, a book allowance, funding for conference attendance, and a paid summer internship.
On graduation, students must work for two-years in cybersecurity in the Federal government. Only citizens are eligible.
Contact Dr. Diane Murphy for more information.