Misericordia University has helped students and parents afford a superior college education. Through its participation in federal and state financial aid programs, use of institutional resources and contributions by alumni and friends, the Student Financial Services Office tries to meet, as fully as possible, each student's financial need.
Federal, State, and University grant programs can have a significant impact on the amount you actually pay for a quality Misericordia education.
Alumni may qualify for tuition discounts. Contact the Student Financial Services Office at 570-674-8086 or email email@example.com for details.
Charlotte W. Newcombe Foundation - Newcombe Scholarships for mature women are awarded on the basis of financial need to women 25 years of age or older who are enrolled as an undergraduate on a full or part time basis in a baccalaureate degree, second bachelors of post-baccalaureate certificate program. To be eligible, a student must have completed half of the credits required for her degree. Click Here to View Application
Federal Pell Grant - This federal program provides grants depending on financial need and educational costs. Students who have not yet completed their first undergraduate degree may apply. Application is made by completing the "Free Application for Federal Student Aid."(FAFSA) All students who seek financial aid from Misericordia University are considered for this grant by filing the FAFSA. (http://www.fafsa.ed.gov/)
Pennsylvania Higher Education Assistance Agency Grant (PHEAA) - This program allows PA. residents to obtain financial assistance for undergraduate study. Eligibility and grant amounts are determined by PHEAA. Students apply directly for this grant by completing a FAFSA. The deadline for application is May 1 prior to the start of the academic year for which the aid is requested. PHEAA notifies students of their grant eligibility by email after which the student must go to www.pheaa.org and respond to the PHEAA state grant inquiry.
For assistance call 1-800-692-7392.
Other State Grants - Some states provide grants to their residents which can be used at colleges in other states including PA. These include Ohio, Rhode Island, Connecticut, Massachusetts, West Virginia, Delaware, Washington D.C., and Vermont. Prospective students should contact their high school guidance office or their state higher education office to learn more about their state programs and to obtain applications.
Credit Card payment: You may pay for tuition by credit card (MasterCard, Visa or Discover)
Check or Cash: You may pay for tuition in full prior to the start of classes.
Deferred payment plan: Under deferred payment, you pay tuition in installments, with full payment due by the end of class. Twenty percent (20%) of the tuition is due at registration and there is a one percent (1%) charge on the unpaid balance each month.
Tuition Reimbursement: Your employer may have a tuition reimbursement program already in effect. Check with your company's human resource office for details.
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