To be eligible for ALL federal and/or state financial aid (including loans), students must file a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).

The Marygrove College Title IV School Code is 002284.

Students are eligible for financial aid to complete graduate, second-degree and post-degree certificate programs. How much and what types of aid available depends on the student’s program. Students with questions regarding aid eligibility should contact the Student Service Center.

Graduate Students

Students enrolled in graduate programs are eligible for financial aid. Students are eligible for federal student loans and Grad PLUS Loans. Students enrolled in graduate degree programs are eligible for up to $20,500 per academic year in Direct Student Unsubsidized Loan if they have not reached the combined undergraduate/graduate aggregate loan limit ($138,500).

Second Undergraduate Degree (including post-degree Teacher Certification)

Students who have earned a Bachelor’s degree may be eligible for financial aid IF they are pursuing a second Bachelor’s degree or post-degree teaching certificate. These students may be eligible for federal student loans if they have not reached the undergraduate aggregate student loan limit of $57,500.  Students adding a major or minor to an existing degree or enrolled in Continuing Education programs are NOT eligible for federal or state financial aid, including federal student loans. 

Certificate Programs

Marygrove College offers a number of aid eligible Certificate programs. Students are eligible for federal student loans at the undergraduate annual loan limit (maximum $12,500 per academic year), if they have not reached the undergraduate aggregate loan limit of $57,500.

Special Education Certificate

Students who have completed a Bachelor’s degree and wish to add a Special Education Certificate are eligible for federal student loans at the undergraduate annual loan limit (maximum $12,500 per academic year) if they have not reached the undergraduate aggregate loan limit ($57,500).

Students who have completed a Masters degree and wish to add a Special Education Certificate are eligible for federal student loans at the graduate annual loan limit (maximum $20,500 per academic year) if they have not reached the graduate aggregate loan limit ($138,500). These students are also eligible to participate in the Grad PLUS loan program.

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