Student Financial Services: Traditional Undergraduate
Upper-class 15-16 Financial Aid Packages:Financial Aid Packages for the 15-16 academic year will be available electronically mid-June, provided we have a valid FAFSA on file.
2015-2016 FAFSA and Financial Aid Requirements
Please do not send any tax returns to our office. Per new federal regulations, if you are selected for Verification, we must receive tax information directly from the IRS and can no longer accept copies of tax returns.
The Department of Education has enhanced the FAFSA filing process to allow tax data to be retrieved directly from the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). The IRS Data Retrieval Tool will allow the filed federal tax return data to be uploaded directly to the FAFSA. If you haven’t already done so, we strongly encourage you to use this tool as it is the fastest, most secure way to provide verified tax information. To obtain a Federal Tax Return Transcript that you can download and print immediately, or to request the transcript be mailed to your address on record go to: www.irs.gov.
Satisfactory Academic Progress
Marist College is implementing new regulations for Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) effective with the 2011-2012 academic year. Please feel free to contact the Office of Student Financial Services if you have questions or concerns regarding the new SAP regulation.
We welcome any feed back you may have regarding our new self service system. Please take a moment to complete our student financial services survey.
Marist College Student Accident and Sickness Insurance Plan
The Marist College Student Accident and Sickness Insurance Plan is designed in cooperation with the Allen J. Flood Companies, Inc, the Plan Administrator. Please review the Marist College Accident and Sickness Brochurefor important information regarding policy coverage and benefits. The $1,669 insurance plan fee must be waived online prior to the August 7, 2015 deadline for the 2015-2016 academic year. No waivers will be accepted after this date. Frequently Asked Questions
Tuition Refund Insurance
What would happen to your tuition if you withdraw for an unexpected illness, injury or mental health condition? Protect your college investment with Tuition Refund Insurance. It offers up to a 100% refund of covered education expenses, up to the policy limit, for students forced to withdraw for covered medical reasons.
Enroll today at www.TuitionInsurancePlan.com/marist or call our Tuition Refund Insurance provider at (877)445-0264.
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Military Educational Funding
Marist College is pleased to offer an educational tuition discount for active duty members. For information regarding this and additional military discounts, please visit our Marist Military Discount, Marist Army ROTC, and Veterans Benefits pages. Please also view our Military and Veterans Guide for further information.
- 2014-2015 Award Information/Student Requirements
- Billing Information
- Make a Payment (Please be advised this is the Parent/Authorized User billing site)
- Higher One Tuition Payment Plan
- TMS Tuition Payment Plan
- Scholarship Searches
- Federal Direct Loan Entrance Counseling/Master Promissory Note
- Federal Direct Undergraduate Stafford Loan
- Federal Direct PLUS Loans (For Parents of Dependent Undergraduate Students)
- Private Loans
- Direct Loan Exit Counseling
- 2014-2015 Affordability Guide
- File your FAFSA
- NSLDS: National Student Loan Data Systems