Regardless of your income level, there are financial aid options to help meet your need.
What are the types of 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 the Federal College Work-Study program, may be credited toward direct education expenses.
When will my loan proceeds arrive?
Loans are applied to your account the first day of classes each semester if your level of enrollment and eligibility for funds have been verified. If your file is not completed by the beginning of the semester, time delays will be experienced. If you are expecting a refund after your balance has been paid then you need to check with the Student Accounts Office to inquire when a refund check will be mailed.
Can I get financial aid for study during the summer?
The summer sessions are considered part of the preceding award year. Students must have completed a FAFSA application and a Marymount summer application by April 1. Priority consideration will be given on a first-come, first-served basis. There are no grants available during the summer and funding is limited. Summer applications are available from the Financial Aid Office in Rowley Academic Center.
Does my GPA affect my eligibility for federal or state aid?
Students must maintain a certain level of satisfactory academic progress
requirements to retain financial aid eligibility.
The Financial Aid Office notifies students who do not meet academic standards. Students have the right to appeal, and the Financial Aid Office provides information about appeal procedures when notifying students.