As committed as we are to providing you with the best educational experience possible, we are also dedicated to ensuring that cost is not a barrier to your education at Marshall.
Our in-state tuition and fee rate for 2012-2013 is $5,930, which is 31percent lower than the national average of $8,655* at other public four-year schools. In addition, Marshall University offers a wide variety of merit-based scholarships and need-based financial aid programs to provide you with even greater value and affordability.
In fact, 77% of Marshall University undergraduate students receive financial assistance in the form of scholarships, grants, loans, and student employment. The Office of Student Financial Assistance awards approximately $139.5 million of financial aid to undergraduate, graduate, and professional students.
We are pleased to provide first-time freshmen with the Marshall University Net Price Calculator, which will estimate your costs and financial aid eligibility. Take this opportunity to discover how affordable a Marshall University education can be by simply clicking here.
Step through the application process, and get guidance on applying for scholarship, grant, and loan programs.
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Find out which merit-based scholarships, need-based grants, loans and other options are available to assist you.
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Many of the required forms and applications you'll need are available for immediate download on our site.
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