Undergraduate Financial Aid

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Can Malone help me with financial aid?

This is a common inquiry, and the answer is a resounding “Yes!” Financial aid is readily available to those who seek it. At Malone University, we recognize that achieving a comprehensive education that seamlessly integrates faith and learning is an investment. It involves a partnership between the family and the university. Our primary aim is to equip you with essential skills and to support you in building a meaningful life.

Financial Aid Accessibility: Empowering More Than 90% of Our Students

Over 90% of our students receive some form of financial aid, demonstrating our commitment to making a premier Christian education accessible to all. We believe in your potential, your dedication, and your character. At Malone, it's about more than just acquiring skills; it’s about flourishing within a community that nurtures your growth.

God's Plan and Your Path: Unleashing Your Potential

We are passionate about helping you discover your calling and embark on a successful career path. Malone is here to provide the tools and guidance you need to unlock your potential.

Navigating Financial Aid: Simple Steps for New and Returning Students

New Freshmen and Transfer Students:

  1. Apply for Admission: Contact our Admissions Office at 1-800-958-8734 or admissions@malone.edu. Alternatively, submit an online application.
  2. Early Start on Financial Aid: Visit the FAFSA forecaster site for estimated eligibility and insights on the financial aid process. Benefits include automatic FSA ID generation, pre-populated FAFSA applications, and access to a Net price calculator.
  3. Complete the FAFSA: Apply online at http://www.fafsa.ed.gov (Malone Title IV school code: 003072) or use the myStudentAid mobile app. Need help? Watch our informative FAFSA guide video.

Returning Malone Students:

Renew your FAFSA electronically at www.fafsa.ed.gov by March 1 to ensure access to a wider range of aid options, including Perkins loans and work-study programs. ---

Degree Completion students and those enrolling in fully online programs:

Institutional aid is not available for these programs, but may be eligible for Federal and State aid. Please contact the Financial Aid Office to learn more. 

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