Graduate: International Student Scholarships and Employment
Learn about Marist's merit scholarships for international graduate students and campus employment opportunities.
Scholarships and Campus Employment for International Graduate Students
All eligible international students who are admitted to a Marist College graduate program are awarded financial aid in the form of a Tuition Scholarship. The Tuition Scholarship is merit-based and is granted based on undergraduate academic performance and GRE score in accordance with the sliding scale as shown below. The total scholarship amount awarded covers the duration of the program.
Over 4 Years
Scale of 4
Scale of 10
|60-65||3.00-3.25||7.00-7.75||$2000 - $2500|
|65-70||3.25-3.50||7.76-8.50||$2500 - $3000|
|70-75||3.50-3.75||8.51-9.25||$3000 - $3500|
|75+||3.75-4.0||9.26-10.00||$3500 - $4000|
STUDENTS MAY BE GRANTED ONLY ONE TYPE OF FINANCIAL AID.
Campus Employment for International Graduate Students
Graduate international students on F-1 and J-1 visas are eligible to work on campus.
Please note that although opportunities exist for on-campus employment, they are very limited, quite competitive, and may not be available during your first semester. Please plan your finances accordingly. Do not rely solely on campus employment.
If employed, you will be paid for the work that you perform on a bi-weekly basis. Students are limited to a maximum of 20 hours per week of campus employment during the academic year. Students may work up to 40 hours during the summer and during semester breaks.
According to the United States Department of Homeland Security regulations, off-campus employment is not permitted for international students on F-1 visas unless it is through an approved academic internship program.
All tuition and fees need to be paid in full when registering, even if you are receiving student employment consideration.