I am a/an
Marlboro College is committed to providing an exceptional graduate education at a competitive cost. Our tuition is based on per-credit fees, and as you compare schools we think you’ll find it’s a strong value for the unique education you’ll receive.
Still, we understand that a graduate education is a significant financial investment. To help you pay for your education now, we provide access to federal financial aid for all of our degree programs. Marlboro financial aid officers are available to help you assemble the necessary resources to apply for federal aid and to understand and manage your college costs.
Important Facts to Know:
- To be considered for federal aid, you must be a U.S. citizen or eligible non-citizen.
- You can receive an estimate of your federal aid eligibility through the Department of Education's website: www.fafsa4caster.ed.gov.
- The maximum unsubsidized Stafford loan you can borrow in one award year is $20,500. You must be at least a half-time student (4 credits or more if enrolled in a graduate program and 6 credits or more if enrolled in a bachelor’s completion program) to be considered for federal aid.
- Dedicated grants and loans are available for students enrolled in our Bachelor of Science in Management Information Systems (BSMIS) program.
We’ve outlined the initial steps you need to take to apply for federal financial aid.
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Different types of loans have different requirements and conditions.
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Forms & Resources
Download forms for your loan applications and peruse our list of online resources to learn more about federal loans, scholarships, and other financial aid options.