of our students receive financial aid.
of our students are student-athletes.
of our students hold a leadership position before graduating.
Here’s Your Roadmap in 6 Easy Steps to Financial Aid
01 :: Apply for Admission
Complete the application and submit with all required credentials for admission to Maryville College.
02 :: Receive a Scholarship
After you’ve been admitted, you may be awarded a Maryville College scholarship. If you qualify, you’ll hear from us. Scholarship and merit awards based on ACT/SATs and high school GPA will automatically be awarded. Your merit award letter will be included in your acceptance packet.
This is only a “starting point,” meaning that the total award will probably increase based on completing Steps #3 and #4 of this checklist.
03 :: Don’t Forget your FAFSA
First, apply for your FSA ID. Students and parents must create their own FSA ID at fsaid.ed.gov. Then remember to submit the 17-18 FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid), online at fafsa.ed.gov October 1st 2016 using your 2015 tax information.
04 :: Compete For Our MC Fellowships
These fellowships are based on competitive auditions and/or interviews for those who qualify. Applications are due by January 15 or February 1, and fellowship competitions will take place during February on the Maryville College campus.
05 :: Watch For Your Financial Aid Package
Based on the results of your FAFSA (see Step #3) or your academic achievement, the college Financial Aid Office will consider eligibility for federal and state aid. Federal and state aid includes:
- Tennessee HOPE Lottery Scholarship
- Tennessee Student Assistance Award (TSAA)
- Federal PELL Grant
- Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant (SEOG)
- Federal Stafford Loan
- Federal Perkins Loan
- Federal Work Study
- Maryville College need-based grants
Distribution of financial aid packages begins in December, and your admissions counselor will contact you shortly after the package is received to explain the components to students and families.
06 :: Consider Your Financial Aid Options
No matter the awards, you always have options at Maryville College. For example, the Federal Parent PLUS Loan program is available to help fund a Maryville education. Even if the parent is denied the loan the student will still be offered additional funds. Additionally, Maryville College can help you set up a Tuition Payment Plan, which offers you the opportunity to pay any remaining balance in affordable interest-free installments. Please visit the financial aid website for further details.
How do I apply for Financial Aid at Maryville College.
After October 1st of each year you must complete a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and submit it to the federal processor. You can apply online and transmit the FAFSA electronically* at www.fafsa.ed.gov. If you plan on signing the FAFSA electronically you and your parent (if you are a dependent student) must apply for a FSA ID. You may apply for a FSA ID at www.fsaid.ed.gov. We recommend that students apply for a FSA ID to not only electronically sign their FAFSA, but also to track the processing of the FAFSA, make corrections online if necessary, and access all of their federal student aid records online, including federal student loan information. In order for your FAFSA to be sent to Maryville College please add our school code (003505) to the application. Go here to learn more about applying to Maryville College.
What will it cost for me to attend Maryville College?
The Net Price Calculator provides an early approximation of what a new, first-year, undergraduate student can expect to pay to attend Maryville College. It is not intended for use by graduate, transfer, readmitted, continuing, international or part-time students, who should instead contact the Financial Aid Office for more information. Go here to use the Net Price Calculator.
What scholarships and awards are available for first-year students?
Maryville College provides generous scholarship & award opportunities to deserving students. Scholarships are awarded based on academic information, student interest, student leadership and/or talent. In instances where a candidate qualifies for more than one scholarship, s/he will receive the largest scholarship for which s/he is eligible. Applications may be submitted through mail, in person, or fax to the Maryville College Office of Admissions.
How can I schedule a campus visit?
Visit Maryville College and see why we're considered one of the South's best liberal arts colleges. The students, faculty, and staff welcome visitors to the campus. Visitors should contact the Office of Admissions a minimum of two weeks in advance to request a visit with an overnight stay (available Sunday-Thursday nights during fall, J-term, and spring semesters); a minimum of three days in advance of a one-day visit. Go here to schedule a campus visit.
How can I pay my deposit?
Paying your $300 enrollment deposit will secure your place in our next entering class. Once we receive your deposit, you will have access to enrollment forms on our new student website including housing and student orientation preferences. Early deposits will be given priority in campus housing and course registration. Should you decide to cancel your application, your deposit is refundable until May 1.
Three ways to pay:
- Online – Click here to fill out and submit a form online.
- By Phone - Call the Admissions Office at 1-800-597-2687 or 865-981-8092
- By Mail - Mail check or money order to: Maryville College Office of Admissions 502 E Lamar Alexander Pkwy Maryville, TN 37804