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Get an Affordable Education at 

Malone University

Can I Afford Malone University?

We hear that question every day. Of course, a high-quality education is priceless. Yet no education comes without a price tag. Because we believe a college degree from Malone is the ultimate investment in your future, we offer numerous financial aid packages to help ensure that our doors are always open to help you find a way to afford an exceptional Malone education.

Financial Aid at a Glance

Scholarships and grants are available to students based on their GPA and ACT/SAT scores.

Awards range from $1,000 to $14,000**, and are renewable annually with continued academic progress. To find out how much you are eligible for click here.

100% of students who meet our minimum admission requirements receive some form of financial aid.

That’s right, they did not pay “sticker price” to attend Malone.

100% of students who filed the FAFSA qualified for additional aid, which included grants and/or loans.

Our financial aid staff can help you navigate the process for applying for additional aid.

Additional Facts:

  • $11,285* was the average institutional aid (Malone only, not including Federal or State Aid) given to new students for the 2010-2011 school year.
  •  $13,453* was the average non-institutional aid (federal loans, grants, outside scholarships, etc) given to new students for the 2010-2011 school year.
  • The average total financial aid award last year per student (including institutional and non-institutional aid) was $24,738*.

*These averages are based upon the entire student population. Financial Aid is based upon a number of factors including: EFC (Estimated Family Contribution from FAFSA), merit-based grants and scholarships, athletic scholarships, etc. Students may receive more or less than the average based upon these factors. **Students with extremely high academic credentials may be eligible for additional merit-based scholarships.



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