Federal financial aid comes in grants, loans and work-study programs. You will need to apply for federal aid each year you plan to attend Marylhurst. Luckily, the federal application is online and pretty straightforward to complete.
All U.S. citizens and eligible non-citizens may apply for all Marylhurst financial aid programs. There are many types of aid available, from grants and scholarships to loans and work-study arrangements.
To be eligible for funding, you must:
- Be admitted into an eligible Marylhurst University degree program
- Be enrolled at least half-time each term
- Maintain satisfactory academic progress
- Not be in default on any federal student loan or owe a refund on any federal grant
- Have a high school diploma, GED or be home schooled
- A U.S. citizen or eligible resident
Financial aid comes in two main forms – the type you don’t have to pay back and the type you need to pay back. Learn more about these types of aid and what you are responsible for if you receive it:
// Download our Types of Aid chart and info sheet
You can apply for financial aid at any time, but there are some priority dates to keep in mind. Depending on when you intend to take classes, you may need to apply for financial aid for both the current academic year as well as the upcoming academic year. If you’re not sure, please check in with our Office of Financial Aid (503.699.6253 | firstname.lastname@example.org) and they are happy to advise you.
The application process for financial aid is pretty straightforward (even for a government application), but it does change from year-to-year. We’ve compiled the latest process, which involves completing the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid), making sure you applied for Marylhurst admissions and gathering just a few documents.
Current students: Don’t forget – to continue your financial aid, you do need to reapply for federal aid each year. Don’t worry, though, we can help. We compiled financial aid information for current students and what you need to know after you receive that aid award letter, like staying in good academic standing.