Financial aid comes in the form of grants, scholarships, work-study and loans. Your financial aid package may consist of any or all of these resources depending on a variety of factors. Students must file a FAFSA and be making satisfactory academic progress (SAP) to be eligible for most forms of financial aid.
Financial Aid Personnel
- Kimberly L. Gooden, Director, Office of Scholarships & Financial Aid
- Christi Corbin, Financial Aid Coordinator
- Jamar Cunningham, Financial Aid Coordinator
- Todd Huffman, Financial Aid Systems Analyst
- Yolanda Moore, Financial Aid Coordinator
Monday-Friday: 8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Christi Corbin, Financial Aid Coordinator -- Assisting Returning Students with last names beginning with A - M and Veterans Benefits
Jamar Cunningham, Financial Aid Coordinator -- Assisting Fall 2016 Incoming Students
Kimberly L. Gooden, Director
Todd Huffman, Financial Aid Systems Analyst
Yolanda Moore, Financial Aid Coordinator -- Assisting Returning Students with last names beginning with N - Z and Michigan TIP
- 17-18 Dependent Verification Worksheet
- 17-18 Independent Verification Worksheet
- Loans and Payment Plans
- Source of Income Worksheet 2017
- Statement of Educational Purpose 17-18
- Teach Grant Application 2017
- Unusual Enrollment History Form 2017-18
- 16-17 Dependent Verification Worksheet
- 16-17 Independent Verification Worksheet
- Financial Aid Click by Click
- Loans & Payment Plans
- Perkins Data Sheet 16-17
- Source of Income Worksheet 2016
- Statement of Educational Purpose 16-17
- Teach Grant Application 2016
- Unusual Enrollment History Form 2016-17
Marygrove College Institutional Aid Policy
Effective April 1, 2017
Institutional Aid is defined as money that Marygrove College provides to undergraduate students to use toward tuition. Institutional aid awards are given to students who enroll full-time; maintain a minimum grade point average of 2.0 (on a 4.0 scale) and have good standing at the college.
It is the intent of Marygrove College to reward students for academic success and to help with the cost of a private, Catholic education. Marygrove College reserves the right to adjust institutional aid funds for any student who receives outside funding for tuition benefits.
Institutional aid includes but is not limited to: Marygrove Grant (for new and returning students), Trustee Scholarship (for new and returning students), Presidential Scholarship (for new and returning students), Marygrove Returning Grant, Talent scholarship, Athletic scholarship, honors and endowed awards and more. Every student who attends Marygrove College receives a budget and institutional aid awards are not allowed to exceed this budget.
Institutional fund amounts exceeding tuition after all other federal, state or outside scholarships and grants are applied are subject to reduction or cancellation. Receipt of institutional funds constitutes agreement with this policy.