Complete the application and submit with all required credentials for admission to Maryville College.
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 soon after the letter of admission is sent to you.
This is only a “starting point,” meaning the total award will probably increase based on completing Steps #3 and #4 of this checklist.
These fellowships are based on competitive auditions and/or interviews for those who qualify. Applications are due by February 1, and fellowship competitions will take place during February on the Maryville College campus.
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:
Financial aid packages begin in March, and your admissions counselor will call you shortly after the package is received to explain the components to students and families.
No matter the awards, you’ve always got options at Maryville College. For example, the Federal Parent Plus Loan program is available upon completion of the FAFSA. Additionally, Maryville College can help you set up a Tuition Payment Plan administered through Sallie Mae, which offers you the opportunity to pay any remaining balance in 9-12 interest free installments.