The Maryville College Latino Student Alliance welcomes all Hispanic students and allies to participate in social/cultural activities and advocacy projects regardless of citizenship status.

“Maryville College is, in essence, a community for learning. This community includes persons with a variety of interests, backgrounds, beliefs, and nationalities.”

 The Maryville College community welcomes all undergraduate applicants regardless of citizenship status. Undocumented students, with or without, Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) status, who apply to Maryville College are treated equally to any other U.S.citizen or permanent resident. 

 

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Students who are undocumented or have DACA status should follow the same application process as first-year or transfer domestic students. There is no application fee for undocumented or DACA or because they apply as domestic students. 

Maryville College has partnered with Equal Chance for Education to provide scholarships to young undocumented students living in East Tennessee. Students must be admitted to Maryville College and submit an application to Equal Chance for Education. Applicants must have a GPA of 3.0 or higher, have a clear career goal, and commit to paying $4,000 per academic year. For more information, see https://www.equalchanceforeducation.com/.

Maryville College offers merit scholarships, as well as interest/talent based scholarships. View a complete list of Maryville College scholarships and awards for first-year students.

Let us assist you in the application and financial aid process. View this PDF for a helpful and informative checklist. 

Below are links to external scholarships available to undocumented students.

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We invite all students, regardless of their status, to apply to Maryville College. Students who are undocumented or have DACA status should follow the same application process as first-year or transfer domestic students. There is no application fee for DACA or undocumented students because they apply as domestic students. 

Check out our Frequently Asked Questions checklist to assist your students with the application and financial aid process. View/Download the PDF

Maryville College has partnered with Equal Chance for Education to provide scholarships to young undocumented students living in East Tennessee. https://www.equalchanceforeducation.com/.

Below are resources available for students, families, and educators as they move through the college process.