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
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
Highfour-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!”