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Graduate Student Financial Services

We know that graduate education is a significant investment for many students, and we want to be sure you receive the best value for your investment. Many students discover that with the proper options, the cost of Marist College Graduate School is within reach. The Marist College Office of Student Financial Services is committed to providing affordability options and managing the equitable distribution of student aid funds.

The office coordinates student employment both on and off-campus and is responsible for student billing. We are dedicated to promoting accessibility through personalized service and integrity. The Office of Student Financial Services will make every effort to assist you with financing the cost of your education.

Download the most recent Graduate Affordability Guide to review your options. Visit the Marist College Office of Student Financial Services with additional questions about financial aid, graduate scholarships, merit aid, and private loans.

We know that a college education is a significant investment for many families, and want to be sure our students receive the best value for their investment. Many of our families discover that with proper options, the cost of Marist College is within reach.

The Marist College Office of Student Financial Services is committed to providing affordability options and managing the equitable distribution of student aid funds. The office coordinates student employment both on and off campus and is responsible for student billing. We are dedicated to promoting accessibility through personalized service and integrity.

As a Marist student, the Office of Student Financial Services will make every effort to assist you with financing the cost of your education. Merit awards are made at the discretion of the scholarship committee. The total scholarship amount awarded covers the duration of the program and is applied by course each semester in the amount of $150 or $250 per course.

General eligibility requirements for a scholarship do not guarantee admission. Awards are determined upon acceptance into a graduate program based on the applicant's cumulative GPA from their undergraduate degree-granting institution or most recently earned graduate/professional degree. No more than one merit scholarship will be awarded to each student.

Award recipients must maintain at 3.0 GPA and maintain good academic standing in their program to remain eligible. The Award cannot be used toward undergraduate level courses or courses taken at other institutions. Financial need is not required to be eligible for merit scholarships.

Receiving other scholarship assistance through Marist College. Participating in the following programs: Master of Public Administration (MPA) cohort programs in NYC/Albany, Master of Public Administration (MPA) online program for law enforcement and emergency services, Hybrid MA in Educational Psychology, MS in Physician Assistant Studies, or Doctor of Physical Therapy. Marist students currently enrolled in a 5-year bachelor's/master's degree program. Students receiving special tuition pricing through organizational partnerships.