A private school education that remains affordable!
At Maria College, your investment in education will be enhanced by a personalized approach toward your learning and educational experiences. Providing you access to the education programs and offerings in Maria College’s renown family-like environment is one of our many goals in helping students Aspire. Achieve. Become.
Find information about tuition, applying for financial aid through scholarships and more on our website, and browse our Frequently Asked Questions for answers to questions you may have. Contact Maria College’s Office of Financial Aid with any questions or concerns you may have.
Financial Aid FAQs
How much does it cost to attend Maria College?
How do I apply for financial aid?
Detailed instructions to applying for financial aid can be found at the Applying for Financial Aid section.
Does Maria College offer scholarships? How can I apply for one?
What state grants are available?
A listing of the various types of grants and financial aid programs are found at our Financial Aid Programs section.
What are the definitions of the various types of financial aid?
How many credits are considered full-time? How many for part-time?
Any student carrying less than 12 credit hours in any semester is considered part-time.
What if my FAFSA does not accurately reflect my financial situation due to a unique event that occurred recently?
What is Satisfactory Academic Progress?
What happens to my financial aid if I withdraw from classes or fail my courses?
Can I appeal my loss of financial aid?
What does it mean when I am selected for Verification?
Please visit our Verification of Federal Application Data page for more detailed instructions.
Rights and Responsibilities of Student Financial Aid Recipients
Recipients of student financial aid have the right to know the following:
- the correct procedures for applying for aid, cost of attendance, types of aid available, how financial need is determined, criteria for awarding aid, how academic progress is determined, and what must be done to continue receiving aid;
- the type and amount of assistance the student will receive, and how and when the student will receive the aid;
- the ability to view contents of the student's financial aid file, in accordance with the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act;
- the terms and conditions of any loan.
In addition, it is the student's responsibility to:
- complete application materials correctly and submit them on time;
- read all materials sent from the Financial Aid Services Office and all agencies awarding aid; read, understand and keep copies of all forms the student signs;
- know and comply with the rules governing the aid received;
- provide additional documentation, verification, corrections, and/or any new information the Office of Financial Aid requests;
- comply with the provisions of any promissory note and all other agreements signed;
- use financial aid only for expenses related to attending the College;
- maintain satisfactory academic progress;
- notify the Office of Financial Aid of any resources not considered during the original need analysis and aid not listed on the award letter, and;
- keep local and permanent addresses current at the Registrar’s Office.
If you have other questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact the Office of Financial Aid at (518) 861-2586 or firstname.lastname@example.org.