Scholarship/">Scholarships and grants may be available to students based on academic interest, program participation and affiliations. Students who submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)http://www.fafsa.ed.gov/ may be eligible for additional financial assistance. Speak to your financial aid advisor to explore all the different ways that you can pay for your degree at Marian University.
Merit-based scholarship/">scholarships are awarded to students who enroll full-time in a traditional undergraduate program. Specific scholarship and award information is available from your Admission Counselor. The information on this page is only a guide. Scholarships typically renew annually as long as full-time enrollment and a specific GPA are maintained. Merit-based scholarships may only be part of a student’s total financial aid package. Students are encouraged to complete a FAFSA to determine if they are eligible for additional funding. Scholarship opportunities may exist through your community involvements, places of employment, and other organizations. If you receive a scholarship from an organization outside of Marian, be sure to notify the Office of Financial Aid in order for the scholarship(s) to be included on your financial aid award.
GPA criteria is based on the high school cumulative grade point average using an unweighted 4.00 grading scale. If multiple ACT/SATs taken, criteria is based on composite “superscore” by averaging the best scores from each subject.