A Malone education is a worthwhile investment
A high-quality education is priceless, yet no education comes without a price tag.
We believe a degree from Malone is the ultimate investment in your future, offering you knowledge and skills to impact the world around you. We also recognize today's financial realities and offer numerous financial aid packages to ensure that a Malone education can be affordable for you.
Many factors contribute to the value of attending a private Christian university like Malone
- Small classes (13:1 student-to-faculty ratio)
- Peer tutoring to ensure success
- High four-year graduation rate
- A safe, community-minded campus
- Major and career planning
- Easy access to all student services
Faculty believe that our students are worth investing in. Listen to their testimonies and hear why a Malone education is worth your financial investment.
“It's a high-quality education that is enhanced by our commitment to integrating Christian faith and learning. Students have personal interactions with faculty and are part of a Christian community that encourages excellence--whether in the classroom, on the athletic field, in the concert hall, or serving in the community!”
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.
- 100% of students who meet our minimum admission requirements receive some form of financial aid
- 100% of students who file the FAFSA qualify for additional aid, which includes grants and/or loans (Yes! Very few of our students pay “sticker price” to attend Malone).
- $17,010* was the average institutional aid (Malone funds only, not including federal or state aid) given to new students for the 2016-2017 school year.
- $13,820* was the average non-institutional aid (federal loans, grants, outside scholarships, etc) given to new students for the 2016-2017 school year.
- The average total financial aid award last year per student (including institutional and non-institutional aid) was $30,830*.
*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.
“Malone's institutional scholarships and grant money enable many of our students to pay less here than to attend a state university. Families now recognize the importance of looking beyond the sticker price and considering the net price of attendance instead. A Malone University education at a public school price? Now that’s value!”